Somatosensory evoked potentials elicited by dorsal penile and posterior tibial nerve stimulation.

  title={Somatosensory evoked potentials elicited by dorsal penile and posterior tibial nerve stimulation.},
  author={Denis F. Fitzpatrick and Shelton E. Hendricks and Benjamin Graber and Scott E. Balogh and Mary C. Wetzel},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  volume={74 2},
The effects of sexual arousal on somatosensory evoked potentials elicited by dorsal penile or posterior tibial nerve stimulation
Amplitudes of SEP components elicited by stimulation of either nerve decreased with sexual arousal and tended to return towards baseline values in the post‐orgasm condition, and slow potentials generated before and after stimulus delivery showed these changes.
Dorsal penile nerve stimulation elicits left‐hemisphere dominant activation in the second somatosensory cortex
DPN stimuli elicited weak, early responses in the vicinity of responses to tibial nerve stimulation in the primary somatosensory cortex, which were evoked in the SII cortices of both hemispheres, with left‐hemisphere dominance.
Somatosensory evoked magnetic fields elicited by dorsal penile, posterior tibial and median nerve stimulation.
Neuroelectric Correlates of Human Sexuality: A Review and Meta-Analysis
A systematic search on electrophysiological correlates of sexual arousal in humans shows how neuroelectric methods can consistently differentiate sexual arousal from other emotional states.
Topographic maps of single sweep long-latency median nerve SEPs.


Somatosensory evoked potentials via lumbosacral pathways: a comment on naturalistic stimulation.
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    Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
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Evoked responses from the pudendal nerve.
The value of somatosensory‐evoked potentials and bulbocavernosus reflex in patients with impotence
The somatosensory cerebral‐evoked potentials were obtained by glans penis stimulation; by peroneal nerve stimulation (peroneal SEP) and by electrically‐induced bulbocavernous (BC) reflex; the configurations of both SEPs were basically similar, except that the onset of latency was 10–15 msec longer and the amplitude in the P1‐N1 component was higher in penile SEP.
Pudendal evoked responses.
The dorsal nerve of the penis or clitoris, a branch of the pudendal nerve, was stimulated while averaged evoked responses over the spinal cord, sensory cortex, and bulbocavernosus muscle were
Self-Stimulation Alters Human Sensory Brain Responses
Human electrocortical potentials evoked by self-administered auditory and visual stimuli manifest much smaller amplitude and faster poststimulus timing than do average brain responses evoked by
Physiology of the urinary bladder and urethra.
Evidence indicates that the integration of sympathetic and parasympathetic inputs to the bladder can occur at the level of the peripheral autonomic ganglion as well as at levels of the effector organ, raising the possibility that vesical ganglia may have a role in modulating or "filtering" the efferent neural input toThe bladder.
Electrical Signs of Selective Attention in the Human Brain
Auditory evoked potentials were recorded from the vertex of subjects who listened selectively to a series of tone pipping in one ear and ignored concurrent tone pips in the other ear to study the response set established to recognize infrequent, higher pitched tone pipped in the attended series.
A thirteenth cranial nerve: the cloacal nerve.