Is the movement-evoked potential mandatory for movement execution? A high-resolution EEG study in a deafferented patient

@article{Kristeva2006IsTM,
  title={Is the movement-evoked potential mandatory for movement execution? A high-resolution EEG study in a deafferented patient},
  author={Rumyana Kristeva and Vihren E. Chakarov and Michael Wagner and J{\"u}rgen Schulte M{\"o}nting and Marie-Claude Hepp-Reymond},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2006},
  volume={31},
  pages={677-685}
}
During simple self-paced index finger flexion with and without visual feedback of the finger, we compared the movement-evoked potentials of the completely deafferented patient GL with those of 7 age-matched healthy subjects. EEG was recorded from 58 scalp positions, together with the electromyogram (EMG) from the first dorsal interosseous muscle and the movement trace. We analyzed the movement parameters and the contralateral movement-evoked potential and its source. The patient performed the… CONTINUE READING

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