Visual evoked potentials in relation to factors of imprisonment in detention camps

  title={Visual evoked potentials in relation to factors of imprisonment in detention camps},
  author={A. Vrca and Velimir Bo{\vz}ikov and Zdravko Brzovi{\'c} and R Fuchs and Marta Malinar},
  journal={International Journal of Legal Medicine},
Visual evoked potentials (VEPs) of the pattern shift reversal type were determined in a representative group of 57 prisoners of war (POWs) released in 1992 from detention camps in former Yugoslavia. The parameters were correlated with the conditions in four camps (1–4). All subjects were male, with a mean age of 34.75 years (SD ± 8.92), average length of imprisonment 192.7 days (SD ± 77.6), mean loss of body mass during imprisonment 19.32% (SD ± 9.54), and the average number of reported blows… 
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