Spine and scalp recordings as a function of intensity. A model for changes during spinal cord monitoring.

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STUDY DESIGN Spinal cord monitoring has used both spine and scalp recordings as indicators of spinal cord integrity. The relative merits of spine or scalp recordings to predict the quality of the afferent volley in the somatosensory pathway were addressed in this study by using various stimulus intensities as a way to model alterations of the size of the… (More)

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@article{Slimp1996SpineAS, title={Spine and scalp recordings as a function of intensity. A model for changes during spinal cord monitoring.}, author={Jeff Slimp and W C Stolov and Todd Wagner}, journal={Spine}, year={1996}, volume={21 1}, pages={99-103} }