visual evoked potential

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vis·u·al e·voked po·ten·tial

voltage fluctuations that may be recorded from the occipital area of the scalp as the result of retinal stimulation by a light flashing at quarter-second intervals; commonly added together and averaged by computer.

vis·u·al e·vok·ed po·ten·tial

(vizh'ū-ăl ē-vōkt' pŏ-ten'shăl)
Voltage fluctuations that may be recorded from the occipital area of the scalp as the result of retinal stimulation by a light flashing at quarter-second intervals; commonly summated and averaged by computer.

vis·u·al e·vok·ed po·ten·tial

(VEP) (vizh'ū-ăl ē-vōkt' pŏ-ten'shăl)
Voltage fluctuations that may be recorded from occipital area of scalp due to retinal stimulation by a light flashing at quarter-second intervals.
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Visual evoked potentials in diabetic children and adolescents.
The services shall include, but not be limited to, somatosensory evoked potentials, myogenic transcranial electrical motor evoked potentials, pedicle screw stimulation (electromyography), free running electromyography, electroencephalography, brain stim auditory evoked potentials, visual evoked potentials, facial nerve monitor Eligibility Criteria : Evaluation Criteria Specific to This RFP:
This article considers the clinical applications of visual evoked potentials for objective assessment of visual function in practice.
5] Visual evoked potentials (VEPs) provide noninvasive measures of transmission in the visual system.
Allison (2005), "Towards an independent brain- computer interface using steady state visual evoked potentials,"Annual International Conference of the IEEE in Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), pp.
Multiple Channel Detection of Steady-State Visual Evoked Potentials for Brain-Computer Interfaces.
The candidates with suspected malingering were evaluated by pattern visual evoked potentials (PVEP) and clinical malingering examination methods that were explained in detail elsewhere.
According to the protocols prepared following the preliminary diagnosis and clinical examination of the patients, one or several of the following examinations were performed: nerve transmission studies, needle electromyography (EMG), visual evoked potentials (VEP), sensory evoked potentials (SEP), brainstem auditory evoked potential (BAEP), electroretinograms (ERG, repetitive nerve stimulation, single-fibre EMG studies, sphincter EMG, and sympathetic skin response.
Spinelli and Di Russo [25] showed that trunk rotation to the left shortened the previously lengthened P100 latencies of visual evoked potentials to left visual field stimulation in left hemispatial neglect patients.

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