Origin of far-field subcortical potentials evoked by stimulation of the posterior tibial nerve.

Abstract

Evoked potentials to stimulation of posterior tibial nerves were recorded from cervical-scalp derivation (cervical electrode: surface electrode on spinal process of the fifth cervical vertebrae; scalp: vertex). Four subcortical potentials labeled as N24, P27, N30 and P32 were identified. Evidence indicating that these components are originated in the following structures is presented: N24, posterior columns at the level of C5; P27, high cervical posterior columns or brain stem; N30, medial lemniscus or thalamus; P32, thalamo-cortical radiations.

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@article{Lders1981OriginOF, title={Origin of far-field subcortical potentials evoked by stimulation of the posterior tibial nerve.}, author={H. L{\"{u}ders and Jack Taylor Andrish and Alan R Gurd and Garron G Weiker and George H. Klem}, journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology}, year={1981}, volume={52 4}, pages={336-44} }