Narender N. Bhatia

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Somatosensory evoked potentials were recorded in five normal women on percutaneous stimulation of the pudendal nerve. A consistent response was obtained over the scalp 2 cm behind the Cz electroencephalographic recording site. The latency of onset of this response had a mean value of 33 msec, and the mean latency of the first positive peak was 39.6 msec.(More)
The dorsal nerve of the penis or clitoris, a branch of the pudendal nerve, was stimulated while averaged evoked responses over the spinal cord, sensory cortex, and bulbocavernosus muscle were recorded in a series of normal subjects. The morphologic features, peak latencies, and peripheral and central conduction times were compared with spinal and cortical(More)
The conditions of three patients with advanced-stage multiple sclerosis and symptoms related to bowel and bladder function were evaluated using colonometry, cystometry, and somatosensory evoked responses from the posterior tibial nerve. The colonometrograms and cystometrograms showed notable hyperreflexia and reduced filling capacity when compared with(More)
INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS Our study aimed to identify the rate of suture complications over a 5-year period using braided permanent suture for uterosacral ligament suspension (USLS) surgery. METHODS We reviewed the medical records of patients who underwent vaginal uterosacral ligament suspensions using braided polyester suture. Outcome measures included(More)
SUMMARY This report shows that CT fluoroscopy guided anterior approach injections can be effectively utilized for inflammatory conditions affecting the atlanto-odontoid joint, and that steroid injections thus injected can provide pain relief lasting six months in properly selected patients. Patients with underlying rheumatoid arthritis demonstrating(More)
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