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Veps

 

(self-designation: Vepsa, Bepsa, Ludinkau), people related to the Karelians. They live in small groups among the Russian population in a number of raions of the Leningrad and Vologda oblasts of the RSFSR and the Karelian ASSR. Population, 16,000 (1959 census). The language is Veps (a Finno-Ugric language), although Russian is also spoken. The Veps are descendants of the Ves’, an ancient Finnic tribe. Most of the Veps are engaged in agriculture.

REFERENCES

Malinovskaia, Z. P. “Iz materialov po etnografii vepsov.” In Zapadnofinskii sb. Leningrad, 1930.
Pimenov, V. V. Vepsy. Moscow-Leningrad, 1965.
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VEPs are valuable electrophysiological investigations to delineate optic neuropathy in a variety of visual disorders.
Table 5: Optic neuritis features and P100 response in VEP. Number ofeyes (%) Clinical features of optic neuritis present 31 (45) Monocular 22 (32) Binocular 9(13) Availability of VEP reports 40 (58) P100 response of VEP Bilateral delay 33 (48) Unilateral delay 6(3) Bilaterally normal 1 (1) Right eye latency (ms) 110.60 ([+ or -] 34.6) Right eye amplitude ([mu]V) 8.87 ([+ or -] 4.2) Left eye latency (ms) 108.10 ([+ or -] 34.0) Left eye amplitude ([mu]V) 8.76 ([+ or -] 3.98) VEP: visual evoked potential.
During offline data processing, VEPs evoked by different disparities were only extracted when the viewers were under comfortable state, so that the classification contributes to visual discomfort prevention.
However, previous studies regarding visual dysfunction, as assessed by the VEP, in PD patients versus general populations generated mixed results [8-10], which could be due to small sample sizes of these individual studies (PD case numbers < 50 for all studies).
Caption: Figure 8: Averaged evoked potentials in Fz, Cz, Pz, and Oz channels during (a) SSVEP and (b) VEP tasks from a representative subject.
The behavioral performance of adolescents with T1D in a simple oddball test of executive functions was fully comparable with that of the control group; however, the AUC increase of the P3b component suggests a neural mechanism compensating for a subclinical visual impairment manifested by the delayed P100 peak time of pattern-reversal VEPs.
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No significant differences were seen between the four drugs between pre-treatment and second-year VEP abnormalities (Figure 7).
The visual evoked potential (VEP) is the potential recorded from the occipital region in response to visual stimuli with a long latency response.
ARX modeling has been widely adopted by researchers to rapidly extract middle latency AEPs, VEPs, and SEPs.
VEPs were performed by checkerboard pattern reversal displayed on a TV monitor at a viewing distance of 90 cm.
With the advent of sophisticated gadgets like MRI/CT brain scans and computerised Visual Evoked Potentials (VEP) testing, the diagnostic work-up has become easier, sharper and more focussed.