S S Reinhart

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Somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEPs) have been used to help minimize neurologic morbidity during spinal surgery. While this is a sensory test it has been used as an inference of motor function. The failure to always achieve the latter goal has resulted in some pessimism regarding the value of this test. In this series of 161 operations in 150 patients,(More)
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