Barbara Goebel

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OBJECTIVES The maturation of subcortical SEPs in young children. METHODS Median nerve SEPs were recorded during sleep in 42 subjects aged 0-48 months. Active electrodes were at the ipsilateral Erb's point, the lower and upper dorsal neck, and the frontal and contralateral centroparietal scalp; reference electrodes were at the contralateral Erb's point,(More)
We report normative data of somatosensory evoked potentials to posterior tibial nerve stimulation from 47 children 4-15 years of age. We recorded near-field potentials from the peripheral nerve, the cauda equina, the lumbar spinal cord and the somatosensory cortex. Far-field potentials were recorded from the scalp electrodes with a reference at Erb's point(More)
We report our normative data of subcortical somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) after median nerve stimulation from a group of 55 children 4-15 years of age and 18 young adults 18-29 years of age. We recorded near-field potentials from the brachial plexus, the cervical cord and the somatosensory cortex. The far-field potentials P13, P14 and N18 from the(More)
We report our normative data of somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP) after posterior tibial nerve (PTN) stimulation from a group of 89 children and 18 adults, 0.4-29.2 years of age. We recorded near-field potentials from the peripheral nerve, the cauda equina, the lumbar spinal cord and the somatosensory cortex. Far-field potentials were recorded from the(More)
Pretensions and realities in interdisciplinary cooperation in environmental research in Germany: aspects of epistemology, organisation and institutional framework This paper analyses the the discrepancy between programme (ideology) and implementation (practice) of interdisciplinary cooperation in environmental research projects. While the demand for(More)
Nearly all patients with repaired myelomeningoceles have an Arnold-Chiari (AC) malformation and about 20% of these patients develop clinical signs of brainstem dysfunction. The management of symptomatic AC malformation is still controversial and techniques are needed to provide an objective assessment of brainstem function. We recorded somatosensory evoked(More)
Polygraphic recording techniques (simultaneous recording of several physiological variables) have been used earlier in investigations of normal newborn and preterm infants. The clinical value of prolonged polygraphic recordings in highrisk neonates is well-known. The main-purpose of this paper is to demonstrate a clinically practicable method of polygraphic(More)
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