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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Influence of BMI and head circumference on variables of auditory evoked potential in young healthy male human participants.
The spectral analysis of pattern visual evoked potential can yield useful information when it is performed carefully.
Visual evoked potentials in diabetic children and adolescents.
This article considers the clinical applications of visual evoked potentials for objective assessment of visual function in practice.
No significant differences were found for any of the therapies in terms of evoked potentials.
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Effect of iron deficiency on visual evoked potential.
Single fiber electromyography (Nicolet system) was used for the recording of Evoked Potentials.
Figure 2 shows the auditory evoked potential obtained from an adult horse.
The first stage of the study consisted of an analysis of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOE) and brainstem auditory evoked potential (BAEP) performed in 84 preterm infants in the predischarge.
Laser evoked potential recording from intracerebral deep electrodes," Clinical Neurophysiology, vol.