Somatosensory cerebral evoked potentials after vascular lesions of the brain-stem and diencephalon.

@article{Nol1975SomatosensoryCE,
  title={Somatosensory cerebral evoked potentials after vascular lesions of the brain-stem and diencephalon.},
  author={Patrick No{\"e}l and John E. Desmedt},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={1975},
  volume={98 1},
  pages={113-28}
}
Clinical and electrophysiological observations are described in 7 patients with clinically well-identified vascular lesions of the brain-stem or diencephalon. In the patients of Group A with a thalamic syndrome, the somatosensory cerebral evoked potentials had a reduced voltage and increased latency on the affected side. No significant anomalies were recorded in the patients of Group B with a Wallenberg or Weber syndrome. In patients of group C with a locked-in syndrome, the cerebral evoked… CONTINUE READING

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