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    1. Fallen, EL; Kamath, MV; Tougas, G; Upton, A
      Afferent vagal modulation - Clinical studies of visceral sensory input

      AUTONOMIC NEUROSCIENCE-BASIC & CLINICAL
    2. Opsommer, E; Weiss, T; Miltner, WHR; Plaghki, L
      Scalp topography of ultralate (C-fibres) evoked potentials following thulium YAG laser stimuli to tiny skin surface areas in humans

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Granot, M; Buskila, D; Granovsky, Y; Sprecher, E; Neumann, L; Yarnitsky, D
      Simultaneous recording of late and ultra-late pain evoked potentials in fibromyalgia

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Barthel, T; Mechau, D; Wehr, T; Schnittker, R; Liesen, H; Weiss, M
      Readiness potential in different states of physical activation and after ingestion of taurine and/or caffeine containing drinks

      AMINO ACIDS
    5. Qiu, YH; Inui, K; Wang, XH; Tran, TD; Kakigi, R
      Conduction velocity of the spinothalamic tract in humans as assessed by CO2 laser stimulation of C-fibers

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    6. Tran, TD; Lam, K; Hoshiyama, M; Kakigi, R
      A new method for measuring the conduction velocities of A beta-, A delta- and C-fibers following electric and CO2 laser stimulation in humans

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    7. Bentley, DE; Youell, PD; Crossman, AR; Jones, AKP
      Source localisation of 62-electrode human laser pain evoked potential datausing a realistic head model

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Hollerbach, S; May, A; Kamath, MV; Shine, G; Upton, ARM; Tougas, G
      Objective assessment of cognitive factors involved in visceral perception by using event-related cerebral evoked responses to esophageal target stimulation in man

      DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES
    9. Lefaucheur, JP; Debray, S; Jarry, G
      Laser evoked potentials using the Nd : YAG laser

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    10. Cruccu, G; Leandri, M; Iannetti, GD; Mascia, A; Romaniello, A; Truini, A; Galeotti, F; Manfredi, M
      Small-fiber dysfunction in trigeminal neuralgia - Carbamazepine effect on laser-evoked potentials

      NEUROLOGY
    11. Iannetti, GD; Truini, A; Galeotti, F; Romaniello, A; Manfredi, M; Cruccu, G
      Usefulness of dorsal laser evoked potentials in patients with spinal cord damage: report of two cases

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    12. Shaw, FZ; Chen, RF; Yen, CT
      Dynamic changes of touch- and laser heat-evoked field potentials of primary somatosensory cortex in awake and pentobarbital-anesthetized rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Farrell, MJ; Gibson, SJ; McMeeken, JM; Helme, RD
      Increased movement pain in osteoarthritis of the hands is associated with A beta-mediated cutaneous mechanical sensitivity

      JOURNAL OF PAIN
    14. Spiegel, J; Hansen, C; Treede, RD
      Clinical evaluation criteria for the assessment of impaired pain sensitivity by thulium-laser evoked potentials

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    15. Rossi, P; Serrao, M; Amabile, G; Parisi, L; Pierelli, F; Pozzessere, G
      A simple method for estimating conduction velocity of the spinothalamic tract in healthy humans

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    16. Valeriani, M; Restuccia, D; Le Pera, D; Fiaschetti, L; Tonali, P; Arendt-Nielsen, L
      Unmasking of an early laser evoked potential by a point localization task

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    17. Devos, D; Creac'h, C; Laureau, E; Bourriez, JL; Guieu, JD
      Thulium laser somatosensory evoked potentials. Normative values for upper and lower limbs.

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    18. Cruccu, G; Iannetti, GD; Agostino, R; Romaniello, A; Truini, A; Manfredi, M
      Conduction velocity of the human spinothalamic tract as assessed by laser evoked potentials

      NEUROREPORT
    19. Yamasaki, H; Kakigi, R; Watanabe, S; Hoshiyama, M
      Effects of distraction on pain-related somatosensory evoked magnetic fields and potentials following painful electrical stimulation

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Druschky, K; Lang, E; Hummel, C; Kaltenhauser, M; Kohlloffel, LUE; Neundorfer, B; Stefan, H
      Pain-related somatosensory evoked magnetic fields induced by controlled ballistic mechanical impacts

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    21. Kakigi, R; Watanabe, S; Yamasaki, H
      Pain-related somatosensory evoked potentials

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    22. Treede, RD; Apkarian, AV; Bromm, B; Greenspan, JD; Lenz, FA
      Cortical representation of pain: functional characterization of nociceptive areas near the lateral sulcus

      PAIN
    23. Agostino, R; Cruccu, G; Iannetti, G; Romaniello, A; Truini, A; Manfredi, M
      Topographical distribution of pinprick and warmth thresholds to CO2 laser stimulation on the human skin

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    24. Hobson, AR; Sarkar, S; Furlong, PL; Thompson, DG; Aziz, Q
      A cortical evoked potential study of afferents mediating human esophageal sensation

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    25. Antonini, G; Gragnani, F; Romaniello, A; Pennisi, EM; Morino, S; Ceschin, V; Santoro, L; Cruccu, G
      Sensory involvement in spinal-bulbar muscular atrophy (Kennedy's disease)

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    26. Aminoff, MJ; Goodin, DS
      Studies of the human stretch reflex

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    27. Kleiser, R; Skrandies, W
      Neural correlates of reafference: evoked brain activity during motion perception and saccadic eye movements

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    28. Kanda, M; Nagamine, T; Ikeda, A; Ohara, S; Kunieda, T; Fujiwara, N; Yazawa, S; Sawamoto, N; Matsumoto, R; Taki, W; Shibasaki, H
      Primary somatosensory cortex is actively involved in pain processing in human

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Leocani, L; Cohen, LG; Wassermann, EM; Ikoma, K; Hallett, M
      Human corticospinal excitability evaluated with transcranial magnetic stimulation during different reaction time paradigms

      BRAIN
    30. Valeriani, M; Restuccia, D; Di Lazzaro, V; Oliviero, A; Profice, P; Le Pera, D; Saturno, E; Tonali, P
      Inhibition of the human primary motor area by painful heat stimulation of the skin

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    31. Duckrow, RB; Abu-Hasaballah, K; Whipple, R; Wolfson, L
      Stance perturbation-evoked potentials in old people with poor gait and balance

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    32. Opsommer, E; Masquelier, E; Plaghki, L
      Determination of nerve conduction velocity of C-fibres in humans from thermal thresholds to contact heat (thermode) and from evoked brain potentials to radiant heat (CO2 laser)

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    33. Yamasaki, H; Kakigi, R; Watanabe, S; Naka, D
      Effects of distraction on pain perception: magneto- and electro-encephalographic studies

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    34. Wu, Q; Garcia-Larrea, L; Mertens, P; Beschet, A; Sindou, M; Mauguiere, F
      Hyperalgesia with reduced laser evoked potentials in neuropathic pain

      PAIN
    35. Fernandez, A; Ortiz, T; Maestu, F; Martinez, E; Robles, JI; de Leon, MG
      Event-related potentials and motor response differences in low and high IQgroups.

      PSICOTHEMA
    36. Goodin, DS; Aminoff, MJ; Kutukcu, Y; Marks, WJ
      Order effects in response times of parkinsonian patients and normal controls

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    37. Cruccu, G; Romaniello, A; Amantini, A; Lombardi, M; Innocenti, P; Manfredi, M
      Assessment of trigeminal small fiber function: Brain and reflex responses evoked by CO2-laser stimulation

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    38. Rousseaux, M; Cassim, F; Bayle, B; Laureau, E
      Analysis of the perception of and reactivity to pain and heat in patients with Wallenberg syndrome and severe spinothalamic tract dysfunction

      STROKE
    39. Verleger, R; Wascher, E; Wauschkuhn, B; Jaskowski, P; Allouni, B; Trillenberg, P; Wessel, K
      Consequences of altered cerebellar input for the cortical regulation of motor coordination, as reflected in EEG potentials

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    40. Kanda, M; Shindo, K; Xu, XP; Fujiwara, N; Ikeda, A; Nagamine, T; Shibasaki, H
      Cortical mechanisms underlying point localization of pain spot as studied by event-related potentials following CO2 laser stimulation in man

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    41. Russo, A; Smout, AJPM; Kositchaiwat, C; Rayner, C; Sattawatthamrong, Y; Semmler, J; Horowitz, M; Sun, WM
      The effect of hyperglycaemia on cerebral potentials evoked by rapid rectaldistension in healthy humans

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    42. Kubota, F; Miyata, H; Shibata, N; Yarita, H
      A study of motor dysfunction associated with schizophrenia based on analyses of movement-related cerebral potentials and motor conduction time

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    43. Gracely, RH
      Pain measurement

      ACTA ANAESTHESIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    44. URBANO A; BABILONI C; ONORATI P; CARDUCCI F; AMBROSINI A; FATTORINI L; BABILONI F
      RESPONSES OF HUMAN PRIMARY SENSORIMOTOR AND SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREASTO INTERNALLY TRIGGERED UNILATERAL AND SIMULTANEOUS BILATERAL ONE-DIGIT MOVEMENTS - A HIGH-RESOLUTION EEG STUDY

      European journal of neuroscience
    45. WATANABE S; KAKIGI R; KOYAMA S; HOSHIYAMA M; KANEOKE Y
      PAIN PROCESSING TRACED BY MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHY IN THE HUMAN BRAIN

      Brain topography
    46. Naka, D; Kakigi, R
      Simple and novel method for measuring conduction velocity of A delta fibers in humans

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    47. Haupt, WF; Pawlik, G
      Contribution of initial median-nerve somatosensory evoked potentials and brainstem auditory evoked potentials to prediction of clinical outcome in cerebrovascular critical care patients: A statistical evaluation

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    48. Enck, P; Frieling, T
      Neurogastroenterology - information processing from the viscera to the brain in humans

      DEUTSCHE TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    49. DANZIGER N; FOURNIER E; BOUHASSIRA D; MICHAUD D; DEBROUCKER T; SANTARCANGELO E; CARLI G; CHERTOCK L; WILLER JC
      DIFFERENT STRATEGIES OF MODULATION CAN BE OPERATIVE DURING HYPNOTIC ANALGESIA - A NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY

      Pain
    50. BECKER DE; NOSS RS; FEIN G; YINGLING CD
      VERY LATE PAIN-RELATED ACTIVITY IDENTIFIED WITH TOPOGRAPHICALLY MAPPED FREQUENCY-DOMAIN ANALYSIS OF EVOKED-POTENTIALS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    51. AMINOFF MJ; EISEN AA
      AAEM MINIMONOGRAPH 19 - SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS

      Muscle & nerve
    52. SLOBOUNOV SM; RAY WJ; SIMON RF
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ACCOMPANYING UNILATERAL FINGER MOVEMENTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO RATE OF FORCE DEVELOPMENT

      Psychophysiology
    53. AZIZ Q; THOMPSON DG
      BRAIN-GUT AXIS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

      Gastroenterology
    54. Slobounov, SM; Ray, WJ
      Movement-related potentials with reference to isometric force output in discrete and repetitive tasks

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    55. BROMM B; LORENZ J
      NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF PAIN

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    56. VANTENT D; APKARIAN P
      INTER-HEMISPHERIC LATERALIZATION OF EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS - MOTORIC VERSUS NON-MOTORIC CORTICAL ACTIVITY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    57. THORNTON C; SHARPE RM
      EVOKED-RESPONSES IN ANESTHESIA

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    58. KUTUKCU Y; MARKS WJ; GOODIN DS; AMINOFF MJ
      CEREBRAL ACCOMPANIMENTS TO SIMPLE AND CHOICE-REACTION TASKS IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Brain research
    59. GARCIALARREA L; PEYRON R; LAURENT B; MAUGUIERE F
      ASSOCIATION AND DISSOCIATION BETWEEN LASER-EVOKED POTENTIALS AND PAINPERCEPTION

      NeuroReport
    60. SURI A; ESTES KS; GEISSLINGER G; DERENDORF H
      PHARMACOKINETIC-PHARMACODYNAMIC RELATIONSHIPS FOR ANALGESICS

      International journal of clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
    61. BEYDOUN A; MORROW TJ; CASEY KL
      PAIN-RELATED LASER-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN AWAKE MONKEYS - IDENTIFICATION OF COMPONENTS, BEHAVIORAL-CORRELATES AND DRUG EFFECTS

      Pain
    62. LORENZ J; BECK H; BROMM B
      DIFFERENTIAL CHANGES OF LASER EVOKED-POTENTIALS, LATE AUDITORY-EVOKEDPOTENTIALS AND P300 UNDER MORPHINE IN CHRONIC PAIN PATIENTS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    63. LORENZ J; BROMM B
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL CORRELATES OF INTERFERENCE BETWEEN COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE AND TONIC EXPERIMENTAL PAIN

      Psychophysiology
    64. WANG SF; CHEN YW; SHYU BC
      THE SUPPRESSIVE EFFECT OF ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION ON NOCICEPTIVE RESPONSES IN THE RAT

      Physical therapy
    65. HOLLERBACH S; KAMATH MV; CHEN Y; FITZPATRICK D; UPTON ARM; TOUGAS G
      THE MAGNITUDE OF THE CENTRAL RESPONSE TO ESOPHAGEAL ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION IS INTENSITY-DEPENDENT

      Gastroenterology
    66. KUKLETA M; LAMARCHE M
      THE IMPACT OF A DECISION-PROCESS UPON SCALP RECORDED PREMOVEMENT POTENTIAL

      Cognitive brain research
    67. CUI PQ; HUTER D; LANG W; LINDINGER G; BEISTEINER R; DEECKE L
      MULTICHANNEL DC CURRENT SOURCE DENSITY MAPPING OF THE BEREITSCHAFTSPOTENTIAL IN THE SUPPLEMENTARY AND PRIMARY MOTOR AREA PRECEDING DIFFERENTLY LOADED MOVEMENTS

      Brain topography
    68. HANSEN HC; TREEDE RD; LORENZ J; KUNZE K; BROMM B
      RECOVERY FROM BRAIN-STEM LESIONS INVOLVING THE NOCICEPTIVE PATHWAYS -COMPARISON OF CLINICAL FINDINGS WITH LASER-EVOKED POTENTIALS

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    69. ZASLANSKY R; SPRECHER E; TENKE CE; HEMLI JA; YARNITSKY D
      THE P300 IN PAIN EVOKED-POTENTIALS

      Pain
    70. TOWELL AD; PURVES AM; BOYD SG
      CO2-LASER ACTIVATION OF NOCICEPTIVE AND NONNOCICEPTIVE THERMAL AFFERENTS FROM HAIRY AND GLABROUS SKIN

      Pain
    71. BEYDOUN A; DYKE DBS; MORROW TJ; CASEY KL
      TOPICAL CAPSAICIN SELECTIVELY ATTENUATES HEAT PAIN AND A-DELTA FIBER-MEDIATED LASER-EVOKED POTENTIALS

      Pain
    72. UMINO M; OHWATARI T; NAGAO M
      A NEW METHOD OF RECORDING SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS BY RANDOMIZED ELECTRICAL TOOTH STIMULATION WITH 6 LEVELS OF INTENSITY

      Pain
    73. CHAKOUR MC; GIBSON SJ; BRADBEER M; HELME RD
      THE EFFECT OF AGE ON A-DELTA-FIBER AND C-FIBER THERMAL PAIN PERCEPTION

      Pain
    74. SPIEGEL J; HANSEN C; TREEDE RD
      LASER-EVOKED POTENTIALS AFTER PAINFUL HAND AND FOOT STIMULATION IN HUMANS - EVIDENCE FOR GENERATION OF THE MIDDLE-LATENCY COMPONENT IN THE SECONDARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX

      Neuroscience letters
    75. BRAGARD D; CHEN ACN; PLAGHKI L
      DIRECT ISOLATION OF ULTRA-LATE (C-FIBER) EVOKED BRAIN POTENTIALS BY CO2-LASER STIMULATION OF TINY CUTANEOUS SURFACE-AREAS IN MAN

      Neuroscience letters
    76. ZASLANSKY R; SPRECHER E; KATZ Y; ROZENBERG B; HEMLI JA; YARNITSKY D
      PAIN-EVOKED POTENTIALS - WHAT DO THEY REALLY MEASURE

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    77. SIEDENBERG R; TREEDE RD
      LASER-EVOKED POTENTIALS - EXOGENOUS AND ENDOGENOUS COMPONENTS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    78. KANDA M; FUJIWARA N; XU XP; SHINDO K; NAGAMINE T; IKEDA A; SHIBASAKI H
      PAIN-RELATED AND COGNITIVE COMPONENTS OF SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS FOLLOWING CO2-LASER STIMULATION IN MAN

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    79. LORENZ J; GRASEDYCK K; BROMM B
      MIDDLE AND LONG-LATENCY SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS AFTER PAINFULLASER STIMULATION IN PATIENTS WITH FIBROMYALGIA SYNDROME

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    80. SARICA Y; KARATAS M; BOZDEMIR H; KARACAN I
      CEREBRAL RESPONSES ELICITED BY STIMULATION OF THE VESICOURETHRAL JUNCTION (VUJ) IN DIABETICS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    81. GOODIN DS; AMINOFF MJ
      NONRANDOM BEHAVIOR IN A REACTION-TIME TIME-SERIES

      Muscle & nerve
    82. LORENZ J; HANSEN HC; KUNZE K; BROMM B
      SENSORY DEFICITS OF A NERVE ROOT-LESION CAN BE OBJECTIVELY DOCUMENTEDBY SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS ELICITED BY PAINFUL INFRARED-LASERSTIMULATIONS - A CASE-STUDY

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    83. LANGE DH; INBAR GF
      A ROBUST PARAMETRIC ESTIMATOR FOR SINGLE-TRIAL MOVEMENT-RELATED BRAINPOTENTIALS

      IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering
    84. GOODIN DS; AMINOFF MJ; ORTIZ TA; CHEQUER RS
      RESPONSE-TIMES AND HANDEDNESS IN SIMPLE REACTION-TIME TASKS

      Experimental Brain Research
    85. TREEDE RD
      SEP-EVALUATION OF NOCICEPTIVE PATHWAYS WI TH PAINFUL LASER STIMULI

      EEG-EMG
    86. KOCHS E; SCHAREIN E; MOLLENBERG O; BROMM B; AMESCH JS
      ANALGESIC EFFICACY OF LOW-DOSE KETAMINE - SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED RESPONSES IN RELATION TO SUBJECTIVE PAIN RATINGS

      Anesthesiology
    87. KANDA M; MIMA T; XU X; FUJIWARA N; SHINDO K; NAGAMINE T; IKEDA A; SHIBASAKI H
      PAIN-RELATED SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS CAN QUANTITATIVELY EVALUATE HYPALGESIA IN WALLENBERGS SYNDROME

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    88. KUNESCH E; KNECHT S; SCHNITZLER A; TYERCHA C; SCHMITZ F; FREUND HJ
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS ELICITED BY INTRANEURAL MICROSTIMULATION OF AFFERENT NERVE-FIBERS

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    89. TREEDE RD; KUNDE V
      MIDDLE-LATENCY SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS AFTER STIMULATION OF THE RADIAL AND MEDIAN NERVES - COMPONENT STRUCTURE AND SCALP TOPOGRAPHY

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    90. ALTENMULLER E; BERGER W; PROKOP T; TRIPPEL M; DIETZ V
      MODULATION OF SURAL NERVE SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS DURING STANCE AND DIFFERENT PHASES OF THE STEP-CYCLE

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    91. XU XP; KANDA M; SHINDO K; FUJIWARA N; NAGAMINE T; IKEDA A; HONDA M; TACHIBANA N; BARRETT G; KAJI R; KIMURA J; SHIBASAKI H
      PAIN-RELATED SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS FOLLOWING CO2-LASER STIMULATION OF FOOT IN MAN

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    92. WAGNER W; PEGHINIHALBIG L; MAURER JC; HUWEL NM; PERNECZKY A
      MEDIAN NERVE SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN CERVICAL SYRINGOMYELIA - CORRELATION OF PREOPERATIVE VERSUS POSTOPERATIVE FINDINGS WITH UPPER-LIMB CLINICAL SOMATOSENSORY FUNCTION

      Neurosurgery
    93. TREEDE RD; MEYER RA; RAJA SN; CAMPBELL JN
      EVIDENCE FOR 2 DIFFERENT HEAT TRANSDUCTION MECHANISMS IN NOCICEPTIVE PRIMARY AFFERENTS INNERVATING MONKEY SKIN

      Journal of physiology
    94. LOENINGBAUCKE V; YAMADA T
      IS THE AFFERENT PATHWAY FROM THE RECTUM IMPAIRED IN CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC CONSTIPATION AND ENCOPRESIS

      Gastroenterology
    95. BROMM B; CHEN ACN
      BRAIN ELECTRICAL SOURCE ANALYSIS OF LASER EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN RESPONSE TO PAINFUL TRIGEMINAL NERVE-STIMULATION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    96. COLE JD; MERTON WL; BARRETT G; KATIFI HA; TREEDE RD
      EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN A SUBJECT WITH A LARGE-FIBER SENSORY NEUROPATHY BELOW THE NECK

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    97. TURNBULL GK
      SENSORY TESTING OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL-TRACT - IS THERE A BETTER WAY

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    98. MIYAZAKI M; SHIBASAKI H; KANDA M; XU XP; SHINDO K; HONDA M; IKEDA A; NAGAMINE T; KAJI R; KIMURA J
      GENERATOR MECHANISM OF PAIN-RELATED EVOKED-POTENTIALS FOLLOWING CO2-LASER STIMULATION OF THE HAND - SCALP TOPOGRAPHY AND EFFECT OF PREDICTIVE WARNING SIGNAL

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    99. PLAGHKI L; DELISLE D; GODFRAIND JM
      HETEROTOPIC NOCICEPTIVE CONDITIONING STIMULI AND MENTAL TASK MODULATEDIFFERENTLY THE PERCEPTION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF SHORT CO2-LASER STIMULI

      Pain
    100. FUKUSHIMA T; IKEDA T; UYAMA E; UCHINO M; OKABE H; ANDO M
      COGNITIVE EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS AND BRAIN MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING IN HTLV-1 ASSOCIATED MYELOPATHY (HAM)

      Journal of the neurological sciences


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