BAEP


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BAEP

brainstem auditory evoked potential

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BAEP

Brainwaves that are produced in response to sounds, i.e., stimulation of the cochlear nerve. Tests of auditory evoked potential are used to determine the threshold of sound required to produce a brainstem response, e.g., in people with hearing loss or brain death.
See: auditory evoked response; evoked potential; somatosensory evoked response; visual evoked response
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It is well known that BAEP abnormalities could seen in many patients with MS without a hearing problem and performing BAEP at the time of the diagnosis would have been helpful in our case.
BAEP was done in the Neurophysiology Laboratory of the Department of Physiology, JNMC, using Neuroperfect Software (Medicaid), which has default settings.
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The severity of the deficit on BAEP was correlated to standardized symptom-reporting from parents/care-takers to determine the degree of agreement between BAEP findings and parental awareness of hearing loss.
Electrophysiological studies (EEG, VEP, and BAEP) were obtained quite frequently with relatively high-positive yield.
Neurophysiological measures, obtained at baseline and at primary endpoint, include BAEP tests, fMRI, resting state connectivity, and diffusion tensor imaging.
Hastaya bu klinik ve laboratuar sonuclari, kraniyal MR, SEP, VEP ve BAEP birlikte degerlendirildiginde MS'ye eslik eden AFS tanisi kondu ve asetil salisilik asit 100 mg/gun tedaviye eklendi.
Some or all of the following might be ordered: visual evoked potentials (VEP); brainstem auditory evoked potentials (BAEP); and/or somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEP).
Gender variability in BAEP responses has been attributed to such anatomical differences (head size and body size).
Electrophysiologically VEP, median nerve SEP (MSEP), tibial nerve SEP (TSEP), and BAEP values before treatment and after the first and second years of treatment were evaluated, and normal values from our neuro-physiology laboratory were used for determining the abnormal EPs values for the study In the examination of EPs, pathological values were accepted as elongations of P100 latency of more than 120 msec for VEP or an intraocular latency difference of more than 10 msec, N20 latency longer than 21 msec for MSEP P40 latency longer than 42 msec for TSEP and I-III and III-IV wave interpeak latencies longer than 2 msec for BAEP.
Novel mutation in X- linked Charcot-Marie-tooth (CMTXI) disease associated with central conduction slowing on brainstem auditory evoked potential (BAEP).
Dorothy et al (14) found the sensitivity of BAEP as a screening test to be 100%, specificity of the test is 86%.