Occipital lobe lesions result in a displacement of magnetoencephalography visual evoked field dipoles.

@article{Pang2014OccipitalLL,
  title={Occipital lobe lesions result in a displacement of magnetoencephalography visual evoked field dipoles.},
  author={Elizabeth W. Pang and Bill Chu and Hiroshi Otsubo},
  journal={Journal of clinical neurophysiology : official publication of the American Electroencephalographic Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={31 5},
  pages={456-61}
}
PURPOSE The pattern-reversal visual evoked potential measured electrically from scalp electrodes is known to be decreased, or absent, in patients with occipital lobe lesions. We questioned whether the measurement and source analysis of the neuromagnetic visual evoked field (VEF) might offer additional information regarding visual cortex relative to the occipital lesion. METHODS We retrospectively examined 12 children (6-18 years) with occipital lesions on MRI, who underwent… CONTINUE READING