The late somatosensory evoked potential in premature and term infants. II. Topography and latency development.

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The maturation of latency and scalp voltage topography of the simultaneously bilateral somatosensory evoked potential was studied in 53 neurologically intact pre-term and term infants, from 31 to 40 weeks post-menstrual age. Four peaks (N1, P1, N2 and P2) were reliably identified in all infants. The latency of each peak decreased as the infants matured… (More)

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