Andrew Ehle

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The literature on nerve conduction velocity (NCV) studies and electromyography in lead exposed populations was reviewed. All studies revealed some degree of defect in their experimental design. Disregarding these limitations, a consensus of the studies indicates that a mild slowing (7%) of motor and sensory NCV may be present in the median and posterior(More)
Pattern-reversal visual (PRVEPs), brain-stem auditory (BAEPs), and somatosensory (SSEPs) evoked potentials were studied in 12 patients with Huntington's disease (HD) and were repeated in eight at one and two years. The mean cortical SSEP amplitude was decreased compared with that of age-matched controls, with a trend of decreasing amplitude with increasing(More)
Visual evoked potentials (VEPs) to repetitive flash stimuli were abnormal in 10 patients with documented hydrocephalus. Abnormalities included latency delays, fatigability, and asymmetries. Both latency and wave form disturbances improved in the postshunt period. Clinical progression of the hydrocephalus occurred in several patients, and this correlated(More)
Twenty-one children had interictal EEGs showing spikes located at the Fz, Cz, and Pz electrodes; their EEGs were compared with those of age-matched children referred to our laboratory (group 1, 63 children) and children with C3 and C4 spikes (group 2, 41 children). Midline spikes correlated well with a history of seizures (91% vs 73% in group 1 and 76% in(More)
In their discussion of field testing of health effects of environmental and industrial toxins, Gullion and Eckerman make the following observations which can be applied to the current literature survey: "The general inattention to methodological consistency makes it difficult to integrate the research to date into a clear picture of what is known and not(More)
To verify the results from previous studies, we performed EPs on 2 patients with nonconvulsive status epilepticus who demonstrated ictal behavioral changes and bilateral, often diffuse electrographic abnormalities. The EP modalities which were used, PVERs, BAERs, and SSERs, are highly reproducible in normal subjects. In contrast to previous findings, the(More)
Near normal glucoregulation was maintained in 10 patients with insulin-dependent (type I) diabetes mellitus for 6 wk with preprogrammed continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion using a portable battery-powered infusion pump (CSII). This form of therapy resulted in a statistically significant increase in motor nerve conduction velocity in the median and(More)