The pattern pulse multifocal visual evoked potential
PURPOSE. To define the pattern-pulse multifocal visual evoked potential (PPMVEP) and determine its characteristics in a sample of normal subjects in terms of amplitude of response attainable, the variation in waveform across visual field, and distribution of potential over the scalp and to compare patternpulse with contrast-reversal multifocal stimuli. METHODS. VEPs were obtained by concurrently stimulating 60 regions of a cortically scaled dartboard with pulses of pattern contrast. Responses...[Show more]
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