evoked potential


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evoked potential

[ē′vōkt pə′ten·chəl]
(neuroscience)
Electrical response of any neuron to stimuli.
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Evaluation of central neuropathy in Type II diabetes mellitus by multimodal evoked potentials. Acta Neurol Belg 2003;103:206-11.
Prediction of hearing threshold in infants using auditory steady-state evoked potentials. J Am Acad Audiol.
Chen, "Analysis of brain-stem auditory evoked potential and visual evoked potential in patients with Parkinson disease," Neural Regeneration Research, vol.
Caption: Figure 9: Averaged evoked potentials in Fz, Cz, Pz, and Oz channels during (a) SSVEP and (b) VEP tasks from a representative subject.
For example, a study using the novel transient visual evoked potential revealed that children with ASD showed smaller VEP amplitude than controls, while there was no group difference between the VEP latencies using this technique [33].
The evoked potential study was conducted using the Viking Quest equipment.
* 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.
Keywords: Droperidol, intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring, transcranial motor evoked potentials, double train Droperidol postoperatif bulanti ve kusmayi onlemek amaciyla Avrupa'da su an kullanilan bir D2 reseptor antagonisttir.
Evoked potentials are noninvasive methods which can evaluate the electrophysiological response of the nervous system to different stimuli [9].
Chang, "Color pattern-reversal visual evoked potential in eyes with ocular hypertension and primary open-angle glaucoma," Documenta Ophthalmologica, vol.