Fifty-five controls were studied to investigate the morphology of brain stem-evoked potential, utilizing variable electrode arrays. In a first series the active electrodes placed at C(z) and subocciput (SO) were referred to the linked earlobes. In a further 15 recording sessions, C(z), SO and A 1A 2 were connected to a noncephalic (hand) electrode. In the former array there was a reversed and depressed Vth wave in 95% of the cases at SO, while in the latter the peaks were phase and time-locked at all the recording sites coupled to a depressed IV-V complex from SO and A 1A 2 in respect to C(z).
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 1980|
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Clinical Neurology