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The effects of transcranial magnetic pulse stimuli on the brain tissue of rats were examined. In Experiment I, 52 male albino rats received pulsed magnetic stimulation of the head. Stimulus intensity, number of stimulations, stimulated sites, and interval between last stimulation and sacrifice for neuropathological examination were varied. High stimulus(More)
The waveform and topography of components of the scalp recorded somatosensory evoked poal (AEP) to click stimulation of the right ear, were determined for scalp electrode locations of the 10-20 system and for locations at the eye, mastoids, and posterior neck. Twenty-one SEP and twenty-two AEP components were analyzed. Differentiation of neurogenic and(More)
Rats were allowed to drink distinctively flavored water and later received an IP injection of LiCl. In Phase I, between drinking and the onset of the mild malaise, Experimental Group rats received stimulations of the head and Controls received equivalent stimulations of the back. Later, when the flavor was again presented. Experimentals drank 10-15% more,(More)
Visual evoked potentials elicited by strobe flash (fVEPs) were recorded in 56 infants (3 months to 15 months of age) with visual inattentiveness but without prechiasmal problems. Their visual status was reexamined one or more years later when 41 children were found to be visually competent (Group NB) and 15 were blind (Group B). We also evaluated a group of(More)
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