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Comparison of visual evoked potential changes with the duration of Type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Late-latency auditory evoked potentials (LLEPs), a subgroup of CAEPs, are defined as P1 (50-80 ms), N1 (100-150 ms), P2 (150-200 ms), N2 (180-250 ms), and P300 depending on the timeframe after the auditory stimulus.
Diagnostic accuracy of evoked potentials for functional impairment after contusive spinal cord injury in adult rats.
The exclusion of children with sensorineural or mixed hearing loss was made through the analysis of the medical record, which included information from other audiological assessments performed with the child, such as the Auditory Evoked Potential of Brainstem by specific frequency (BAEP-FE).
Levy, "Visual evoked potentials in Alzheimer's disease: correlations with age and severity," Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/ Evoked Potentials, vol.
Leis et al., "Modulation of upper extremity motor evoked potentials by cutaneous afferents in humans," Clinical Neurophysiology, vol.
Desmedt et al., "IFCN recommended standards for short latency somatosensory evoked potentials. Report of an IFCN committee," Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, vol.
We searched the medical subject heading (MeSH) terms "Parkinson's disease" and "visual evoked potentials" in PubMed, respectively, and found out their entry terms.
Caption: Figure 8: Averaged evoked potentials in Fz, Cz, Pz, and Oz channels during (a) SSVEP and (b) VEP tasks from a representative subject.
Visual evoked potentials in diabetic children and adolescents.
* Understand the use of visual evoked potentials for assessing retinal function (Group 3.1.3)
No significant differences were found for any of the therapies in terms of evoked potentials.