Are somatosensory evoked potentials of the tibial nerve the most sensitive test in diagnosing multiple sclerosis?

@article{Djuri2010AreSE,
  title={Are somatosensory evoked potentials of the tibial nerve the most sensitive test in diagnosing multiple sclerosis?},
  author={Stojanka Djuri{\'c} and Vanja Djuri{\'c} and Miroslava Zivkovi{\'c} and Vuk Milo{\vs}evi{\'c} and Marina Jolic and Jelena Stamenovi{\'c} and Gordana Djordjevi{\'c} and Machado Calixto},
  journal={Neurology India},
  year={2010},
  volume={58 4},
  pages={
          537-41
        }
}
BACKGROUND Multiple sclerosis (MS) is mostly diagnosed clinically, but the diagnosis has significantly improved through the use of brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), testing of cerebrospinal fluid, and multimodal evoked potentials (MEPs). Even though MRI is the superior method in diagnosing this illness, MEPs remain important because they can detect clinically silent lesions in the sensory and motor pathways of the central nervous system (CNS). AIM The aim of the study is to test the… CONTINUE READING
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