Comparison of volume-conducted far-field short-latency glossopharyngeal nerve evoked potentials recorded from the scalp with similarly obtained near-field potentials from the solitary nucleus in dogs.

Abstract

In 11 dogs, potentials recorded from the scalp and from the solitary nucleus after stimulation of the glossopharyngeal nerve were compared. The far-field potentials recorded from the scalp consisted of negativity, with peak latency of 2.10 to 3.45 milliseconds (mean, 2.93 milliseconds), followed by positivity, with peak latency of 3.20 to 5.95 milliseconds… (More)

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