G S Wakefield

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After stimulation of a peripheral nerve in man a small evoked response can be recorded from a surface electrode placed over the contralateral postcentral gyrus, as was first shown by Dawson (1947a). In normal healthy subjects the response is only a few microvolts in size, and its detection is uncertain unless use is made of a summation technique of the kind(More)
[ 1 1 1 J . I. Hall, “Studies on conduction in demyelinated peripheral nerves of the guinea pig,” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Edenburgh, 1964. [ 121 -, “Studies of demyelinated peripheral nerves in guinea pigs with experimental allergic neuritis. A histological and electrophysiological study. 11. Electrophysiological observations,” Bmin,vol. 90, pp.(More)
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