Evoked potentials


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Evoked potentials

Tests that measure the brain's electrical response to stimulation of sensory organs (eyes or ears) or peripheral nerves (skin). These tests may help confirm the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
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Recommended standards for short-latency auditory evoked potentials Guideline 9C: Guidelines on short-latency auditory evoked potentials.
Visual evoked potentials in young persons with newly diagnosed diabetes: a long-term follow-up.
Understand the use of visual evoked potentials for assessing retinal function (Group 3.
Despite noticeable limitations in study design such as non-homogeneous groups resulting from the lack of randomization due to the study's non-blinded and retrospective nature as well as the inability to regularly perform MRI examinations of evoked potentials in all patients during the first and second years of treatment, our results provide meaningful and valuable data for clinicians.
To grant optimal intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM), an anaesthetic regime free of muscle relaxants as well as agents that do not suppress evoked potentials is essential.
Iron deficiency alters visual evoked potentials waveform in women.
Effect of electro acupuncture of hegu (LI 4) on pain-related cerebral somatosensory evoked potentials.
Auditory evoked potential tests were performed in 21 horses, including 13 males and eight females, aging between two to 12 years.
Differential changes in color and motion-onset visual evoked potentials from both eyes in early- and late-onset strabismic amblyopia.
In a previous study, we examined a cohort of 28 HD patients by means of laser evoked potentials, which are a reliable tool for the detection of pain pathways dysfunctions at both peripheral and central level [9, 10].
Visual stimulation with pseudorandom bit-sequences evokes specific Broad-Band Visually Evoked Potentials (BBVEPs) that can be reliably used in BCI for high-speed communication in speller applications [20].