The auditory evoked response serves as a measure of brainstem integrity. Two cases are reported in which this investigation was used to monitor recovery from intracranial tuberculosis.
Electroretinography an the recording of visual evoked responses are of considerable value as ancillary investigations in clinical ophthalmology, paediatric neurology an developmental paediatrics. The techniques used are non-invasive and yield objective results without any need for patient co-operation. In this study 159 children were examined using a system… (More)