Visual and spinal evoked potentials in diagnosis of multiple sclerosis
Mastaglia, F.L., Black, J.L. and Collins, D.W.K. (1976) Visual and spinal evoked potentials in diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. British Medical Journal, 2 (6038). p. 732.
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The measurement of cortical evoked potentials generated by pattern reversal is a sensitive technique for detecting demyelinating lesions in the anterior visual pathways.1 2 Similarly changes in the somatosensory evoked potential recorded over the cervical spine3 have been found in many patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).4 We have assessed the relative and complementary values of these two techniques in 68 patients with suspected or established MS.
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