B D Murdoch

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Lateral preferences for the use of eye, hand, and foot were assessed in 17 male and female albino subjects, aged 15 to 52 yr. Visual evoked potential (VEP) recordings suggested that optic fibres were abnormally decussated in these subjects, as others have shown. Fewer albino subjects showed the lateral preference for the use of hand/eye and foot/eye similar(More)
Pattern reversal visual evoked potentials were recorded in a dentist who had abused nitrous oxide while he showed neurologic impairment and during recovery. The latency of the major positive peak (P100) remained constant during both phases. However, the amplitude of this peak was markedly reduced during the stage of neurologic involvement, and increased(More)
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