S A Jerrett

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Eighteen patients with thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) were examined with somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs). All the patients had normal median N9 (brachial plexus) amplitudes, whereas 12 had low-amplitude ulnar N9 potentials. The conduction in the ulnar nerve from N9 to N13 (brachial plexus to cord) was prolonged in seven of 18 patients. The(More)
Respiration-linked spindles are frequently recorded from nasopharyngeal electrodes and these have been reported to represent neuronally generated limbic activity. Evidence is presented from sphenoidal and nasopharyngeal recordings suggesting that these spindles are artifactual, due to unstable electrode contacts that record palatal vibration during partial(More)
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