T T Wilkinson

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Somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEPs) have been used extensively to evaluate the central nervous system. A limitation of using SSEPs is that the peripheral nervous system is intrinsically linked to the production of these potentials. Peripheral nerve ischemia and neuropathies have been shown to result in changes in SSEPs that may be misinterpreted as(More)
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