Spinal Evoked Potentials and Spine-Scalp Propagation Velocities: Origins, Conduction Characteristics, and Clinical Observations
In the ensuing paragraphs research concerning spinal evoked potentials and spine-scalp propagation velocities which has been carried out in our laboratories is reviewed.
KeywordsConduction Velocity Scalp Potential Spinal Response Spinal Cord Disease Summate Response
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