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This study was designed to quantitatively characterize the time course of facial palsy and the relationship between electroneurography and the facial nerve grading percentage as a function of onset time. Bilateral electroneurographic recordings during different stages in the course of the disease were repeated and compared with categorized videotaped facial(More)
Laryngeal evoked brainstem responses (LBRs) were recorded in normal human subjects in an attempt to develop a central laryngeal function test and enhance our understanding of neurolaryngologic disorders. The results showed that the human LBR consists of five positive peaks and five negative peaks reproducible within 10 ms after a vibratory stimulation to(More)
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