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A sequential technique for half-field pattern visual evoked potential testing

, : A sequential technique for half-field pattern visual evoked potential testing. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 51(5): 463-469

A stimulus technique is described where left and right half fields of a video checkerboard pattern reverse sequentially at a 245 msec interval. The pattern VEPs are recorded on a 512 msce timebase. This allows VEPs to left and right half-field reversal to be obtained on the same sweep, cutting total stimulus time required for testing in half. Normal values for absolute and relative latency and amplitude are given.


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