evoked responses

evoked responses

Signals on the ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM prompted by visual or auditory sensory input and detected by special electronic averaging techniques. Evoked responses can provide direct, objective evidence that conduction is occurring along the nerve tracts connecting the sense organ with the brain.
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Brain stem evoked responses in patients with diabetes mellitus.
MEG detection of delayed auditory evoked responses in autism spectrum disorders: towards an imaging biomarker for autism.
Auditory nerve -brainstem evoked responses in hyperbilirubinaemic neonates.
Brainstem auditory evoked responses in an equine patient population: part I-adult horses.
Since the late 1980s the University College London (UCL) research group has been doing extensive research on the application of functional EIT of evoked responses.
Previous studies done on Auditory evoked responses showed changes during different phases of menstrual cycle.
Brainstem auditory evoked responses were recorded at different stages of anaesthesia.
Further reflection on this new posit leads to the realization that those conditions themselves are constituted as such only by their relation to our character and thus those evoked responses operating as constituents of, rather than external conditions for, our actions.
Evoked responses to motor stimuli have been reported to be normal in MSA.
Joey's ongoing struggles with depression made the news--and evoked responses in fans also struggling with their own depressions.
Findings revealed abnormal auditory brainstem evoked responses (BSER) to a unique dichotic stimulus called Virtual Image Analysis (VIA) (Dalton and Cooper, 1985, United States Patent #4,5560601985) expanded the clinically established brainstem evoked response paradigm by adding a third dimension to the results.