Abstract median nerve somatosensory evoked potentials seps were performed on 35 patients with acute stroke and correlated with functional outcome as measured by placement length of stay and an activities of daily living index barthel index. Were studied with short latency median nerve somatosensory evoked potentials to characterize the evoked potentials in all ischemic patients and to investigate their efficacy for prognosis in stroke. Somatosensory evoked potentials median nerve stimulation in acute stroke a prospective study of the ssep n20 in relation to the recovery from acute stroke and a discussion of the source of the n20 in relation with ct scan findings. Fourteen acute stroke patients underwent functional magnetic resonance imaging fmri during contralesional median nerve electrical stimulation 12 48 h after stroke findings were then validated by diffusion tensor imaging dti and motor evoked potential by transcranial magnetic stimulation tms. Median and tibial somatosensory evoked potentials seps were performed on 38 patients with localized intracerebral hemorrhage 23 with thalamic hemorrhage and 15 with putaminal hemorrhage
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