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Methods in Clinical Neurophysiology

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zoran rodi

on 15 January 2013

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Transcript of Methods in Clinical Neurophysiology

Methods in Clinical Neurphysiology Zoran Rodi
Institute of Clinical Neurophysiology
UCC LJ Peripheral nervous system Conduction studies and electromyography EEG Electroencephalography central nervous system

motor evoked potentials stimulation: electrical, peripheral nerve

detection: peripheral nerve
spinal cord
somatosensory cortex somatosensory evoked potentials stimulation: visual, retina

detection: retina
visual cortex Visual evoked potentials stimulation: auditory

detection: earlobes-scalp
(farfield potentials from cochlea, acoustic nerve and brainstem) auditory evoked potentials Nerve conduction studies
Electromyography (EMG) Peripheral nervous system Compound mucle action potential (M wave)
F wave
Motor conduction velocity
Sensory nerve action potential
Sensory conduction velocity Nerve conduction studies electroencephylography (EEG)
evoked potentials (EPs) central nervous system Needle EMG Electromyography Spontaneous activity

Evoked activity clinical neurophysiology is about Detecting a (bio)electrical activity Bioelectrical activity
Stimulation and detection
Patterns of spontaneous activity
EP Clinical neurophysiology
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