Lea Firmin

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OBJECTIVE To compare the individual latency distributions of motor evoked potentials (MEP) in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) to the previously reported results in healthy subjects (Firmin et al., 2011). METHODS We applied the previously reported method to measure the distribution of MEP latencies to 16 patients with MS. The method is based on(More)
OBJECTIVE To measure the intra-individual distribution of the latencies of motor evoked potentials (MepL) using transcranial magnetic stimulation. METHODS We used the triple stimulation technique (TST) to quantify the proportion of excited spinal motor neurons supplying the abductor digiti minimi muscle in response to a maximal magnetic brain stimulus(More)
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