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    1. Le Pera, D; Graven-Nielsen, T; Valeriani, M; Oliviero, A; Di Lazzaro, V; Tonali, PA; Arendt-Nielsen, L
      Inhibition of motor system excitability at cortical and spinal level by tonic muscle pain

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Minahan, RE; Sepkuty, JP; Lesser, RP; Sponseller, PD; Kostuik, JP
      Anterior spinal cord injury with preserved neurogenic 'motor' evoked potentials

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Kofler, M; Fuhr, P; Leis, AA; Glocker, FX; Kronenberg, MF; Wissel, J; Stetkarova, I
      Modulation of upper extremity motor evoked potentials by cutaneous afferents in humans

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Pelosi, L; Stevenson, M; Hobbs, GJ; Jardine, A; Webb, JK
      Intraoperative motor evoked potentials to transcranial electrical stimulation during two anaesthetic regimens

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Zaaroor, M; Pratt, H; Starr, A
      Influence of task-related ipsilateral hand movement on motor cortex excitability

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Han, TR; Kim, JH; Lim, JY
      Optimization of facilitation related to threshold in transcranial magneticstimulation

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Matsunaga, K; Uozumi, T; Hashimoto, T; Tsuji, S
      Cerebellar stimulation in acute cerebellar ataxia

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Deletis, V; Rodi, Z; Amassian, VE
      Neurophysiological mechanisms underlying motor evoked potentials in anesthetized humans. Part 2. Relationship between epidurally and muscle recorded MEPs in man

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Trompetto, C; Buccolieri, A; Marinelli, L; Abbruzzese, G
      Differential modulation of motor evoked potential and silent period by activation of intracortical inhibitory circuits

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    10. Misawa, T; Ebara, S; Kamimura, M; Tateiwa, Y; Kinoshita, T; Takaoka, K
      Evaluation of thoracic myelopathy by transcranial magnetic stimulation

      JOURNAL OF SPINAL DISORDERS
    11. Langeloo, DD; Journee, HL; Polak, B; de Kleuver, M
      A new application of TCE-MEP: Spinal cord monitoring in patients with severe neuromuscular weakness undergoing corrective spine surgery

      JOURNAL OF SPINAL DISORDERS
    12. Nakatoh, S; Kitagawa, T; Kawaguchi, Y; Nakamura, H; Takano, H
      Change of muscle motor-evoked potentials after motor cortex stimulation caused by acute spinal cord injury in cats

      JOURNAL OF SPINAL DISORDERS
    13. Yu, KW; Li, JS; Rong, WF; Jia, LS; Yuan, W; Ye, YJ; Shi, ZC; Dai, BJ
      Recording of spared motor evoked potentials and its augmentation by 4-aminopyridine in chronic spinal cord-injured rats

      CHINESE MEDICAL JOURNAL
    14. Hasegaw, Y; Kasai, T; Kinoshita, H; Yahagi, S
      Modulation of a motor evoked response to transcranial magnetic stimulationby the activity level of the first dorsal interosseous muscle in humans when grasping a stationary object with different grip widths

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    15. Taylor, JL; Gandevia, SC
      Transcranial magnetic stimulation and human muscle fatigue

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    16. Nebuya, S; Uchida, R; Minamitani, H; Uratani, H; Noshiro, M
      Facilitation of motor evoked potentials in the anterior tibial muscle by repetitive subthreshold electrical stimulation

      MEDICAL & BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING & COMPUTING
    17. Yu, KW; Rong, WF; Li, JS; Jia, LS; Yuan, W; Yie, XJ; Shi, ZC
      Neurophysiological evidence of spared upper motor conduction fibers in clinically complete spinal cord injury: discomplete SCI in rats

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    18. Shimizu, H; Shiga, Y; Fujihara, K; Ohnuma, A; Itoyama, Y
      Clinical and physiological significance of abnormally prolonged central motor conduction time in HAM/TSP

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    19. Kombos, T; Suess, O; Ciklatekerlio, O; Brock, M
      Monitoring of intraoperative motor evoked potentials to increase the safety of surgery in and around the motor cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    20. Chistyakov, AV; Soustiel, JF; Hafner, H; Trubnik, M; Levy, G; Feinsod, M
      Excitatory and inhibitory corticospinal responses to transcranial magneticstimulation in patients with minor to moderate head injury

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    21. Guissard, N; Duchateau, J; Hainaut, K
      Mechanisms of decreased motoneurone excitation during passive muscle stretching

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    22. Schmid, DM; Curt, A; Hauri, D; Schurch, B
      Motor evoked potentials (MEP) from the external urethral sphincter (EUS) to assess neurogenic incontinence in patients with spinal cord injuries

      AKTUELLE UROLOGIE
    23. Pouget, J; Trefouret, S; Attarian, S
      Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS): compared sensitivity of differentmotor response parameters in ALS

      AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS AND OTHER MOTOR NEURON DISORDERS
    24. Izumi, SI; Koyama, Y; Furukawa, T; Ishida, A
      Effect of antagonistic voluntary contraction on motor responses in the forearm

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. Partanen, J; Merikanto, J; Kokki, H; Kilpelainen, R; Koistinen, A
      Antidromic corticospinal tract potential of the brain

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    26. Petajan, JH; White, AT
      Motor-evoked potentials in response to fatiguing grip exercise in multiplesclerosis patients

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    27. Siebner, HR; Mentschel, C; Auer, C; Lehner, C; Conrad, B
      Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation causes a short-term increase in the duration of the cortical silent period in patients with Parkinson's disease

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    28. Dirnberger, G; Lalouschek, W; Lindinger, G; Egkher, A; Deecke, L; Lang, W
      Reduced activation of midline frontal areas in human elderly subjects: a contingent negative variation study

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    29. Kaelin-Lang, A; Cohen, LG
      Enhancing the quality of studies using transcranial magnetic and electrical stimulation with a new computer-controlled system

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    30. Chiba, A; Hiruma, S; Hashimoto, S; Inase, M
      Relationship between the states of spinal impact injuries and magneticallyevoked EMGs in rats

      NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
    31. Rollnik, JD; Schubert, M; Dengler, R
      Subthreshold prefrontal repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation reduces motor cortex excitability

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    32. Blinkenberg, M; Rune, K; Jensen, CV; Ravnborg, M; Kyllingsbaek, S; Holm, S; Paulson, OB; Sorensen, PS
      Cortical cerebral metabolism correlates with MRI lesion load and cognitivedysfunction in MS

      NEUROLOGY
    33. Caramia, MD; Palmieri, MG; Desiato, MT; Iani, C; Scalise, A; Telera, S; Bernardi, G
      Pharmacologic reversal of cortical hyperexcitability in patients with ALS

      NEUROLOGY
    34. Misra, UK; Kalita, J; Roy, AK; Mandal, SK; Srivastava, M
      Role of clinical, radiological, and neurophysiological changes in predicting the outcome of tuberculous meningitis: a multivariable analysis

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    35. Sato, T; Konishi, F; Kanazawa, K
      Variations in motor evoked potential latencies in the anal sphincter system with sacral magnetic stimulation

      DISEASES OF THE COLON & RECTUM
    36. Bolay, H; Gursoy-Ozdemir, Y; Unal, I; Dalkara, T
      Altered mechanisms of motor-evoked potential generation after transient focal cerebral ischemia in the rat: implications for transcranial magnetic stimulation

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    37. Horikoshi, T; Omata, T; Uchida, M; Asari, Y; Nukui, H
      Usefulness and pitfalls of intraoperative spinal motor evoked potential recording by direct cortical electrical stimulation

      ACTA NEUROCHIRURGICA
    38. Hoshiyama, M; Kakigi, R
      Shortening of the cortical silent period following transcranial magnetic brain stimulation during an experimental paradigm for generating contingent negative variation (CNV)

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    39. Di Lazzaro, V; Oliviero, A; Profice, P; Ferrara, L; Saturno, E; Pilato, F; Tonali, P
      The diagnostic value of motor evoked potentials

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    40. Kohara, N; Kaji, R; Kojima, Y; Kimura, J
      An electrophysiological study of the corticospinal projections in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    41. van Dongen, EP; ter Beek, HT; Schepens, MA; Morshuis, WJ; de Boer, A; Aarts, LP; Boezeman, EH
      Within patient variability of lower extremity muscle responses to transcranial electrical stimulation with pulse trains in aortic surgery

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    42. Kobayashi, M; Ohira, T; Ochiai, M; Mihara, B; Kawase, T
      Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the central and peripheral motor pathways to the lingual muscles in cats

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    43. Cedzich, C; Pechstein, U; Zentner, J; Van Roost, D
      Minimally invasive stereotactically-guided extirpation of brain stern cavernoma with the aid of electrophysiological methods

      MINIMALLY INVASIVE NEUROSURGERY
    44. Thees, C; Scheufler, KM; Nadstawek, J; Pechstein, U; Hanisch, M; Juntke, R; Zentner, J; Hoeft, A
      Influence of fentanyl, alfentanil, and sufentanil on motor evoked potentials

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY
    45. Lankhorst, AJ; Verzijl, MR; Hamers, FPT
      Experimental spinal cord contusion injury: Comparison of different outcomeparameters

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    46. Taniguchi, S; Tani, T
      Motor-evoked potentials elicited from human erector spinae muscles by transcranial magnetic stimulation

      SPINE
    47. Wilson-Holden, TJ; Padberg, AM; Lenke, LG; Larson, BJ; Bridwell, KH; Bassett, GS
      Efficacy of intraoperative monitoring for pediatric patients with spinal cord pathology undergoing spinal deformity surgery

      SPINE
    48. Chang, CW; Lin, SM
      Predictability of surgical results of herniated disc-induced cervical myelopathy based on spinal cord motor conduction study

      NEUROSURGICAL REVIEW
    49. Yahagi, S; Kasai, T
      Motor evoked potentials induced by motor imagery reveal a functional asymmetry of cortical motor control in left- and right-handed human subjects

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    50. Yamanaka, K; Yamamoto, S; Nakazawa, K; Yano, H; Suzuki, Y; Fukunaga, T
      The effects of long-term bed rest on H-reflex and motor evoked potential in the human soleus muscle during standing

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    51. Daube, JR
      Intraoperative monitoring reduces complications and is therefore useful

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    52. Andersen, B; Rosler, KM; Lauritzen, M
      Nonspecific facilitation of responses to transcranial magnetic stimulation

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    53. Kasai, T; Yahagi, S
      Motor evoked potentials of the first dorsal interosseous muscle in step and ramp index finger abduction

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    54. Sala, F; Niimi, Y; Krzan, MJ; Berenstein, A; Deletis, V
      Embolization of a spinal arteriovenous malformation: Correlation between motor evoked potentials and angiographic findings: Technical case report

      NEUROSURGERY
    55. Desiato, MT; Palmieri, MG; Giacomini, P; Scalise, A; Arciprete, F; Caramia, MD
      The effect of riluzole in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: a study with cortical stimulation

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    56. Moosavi, SH; Ellaway, PH; Catley, M; Stokes, MJ; Haque, N
      Corticospinal function in severe brain injury assessed using magnetic stimulation of the motor cortex in man

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    57. Gruner, JA; Yee, AK
      4-aminopyridine enhances motor evoked potentials following graded spinal cord compression injury in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    58. Rohde, V; Irle, S; Hassler, WE
      Prediction of the post-comatose motor function by motor evoked potentials obtained in the acute phase of traumatic and non-traumatic coma

      ACTA NEUROCHIRURGICA
    59. DIETZ V; WIRZ M; CURT A; COLOMBO G
      LOCOMOTOR PATTERN IN PARAPLEGIC PATIENTS - TRAINING EFFECTS AND RECOVERY OF SPINAL-CORD FUNCTION

      Spinal cord
    60. YAHAGI S; KASAI T
      FACILITATION OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS (MEPS) IN FIRST DORSAL INTEROSSEOUS (FDI) MUSCLE IS DEPENDENT ON DIFFERENT MOTOR IMAGES

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    61. ZIEMANN U; TERGAU F; WISCHER S; HILDEBRANDT J; PAULUS W
      PHARMACOLOGICAL CONTROL OF FACILITATORY I-WAVE INTERACTION IN THE HUMAN MOTOR CORTEX - A PAIRED TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION STUDY

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    62. WOCHNIKDYJAS D; GLAZOWSKI C; NIEWIADOMSKA M
      PECULIARITY OF SOLEUS MOTOR POTENTIALS-EVOKED BY TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION AND ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF TIBIAL NERVE

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    63. SUIHKO V
      MODELING DIRECT ACTIVATION OF CORTICOSPINAL AXONS USING TRANSCRANIAL ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    64. ELLAWAY PH; DAVEY NJ; MASKILL DW; RAWLINSON SR; LEWIS HS; ANISSIMOVA NP
      VARIABILITY IN THE AMPLITUDE OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE RESPONSES TO MAGNETICSTIMULATION OF THE MOTOR CORTEX IN MAN

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    65. DIETZ V; WIRZ M; COLOMBO G; CURT A
      LOCOMOTOR CAPACITY AND RECOVERY OF SPINAL-CORD FUNCTION IN PARAPLEGICPATIENTS - A CLINICAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    66. Matsunaga, K; Uozumi, T; Tsuji, S; Murai, Y
      Age-dependent changes in physiological threshold asymmetries for the motorevoked potential and silent period following transcranial magnetic stimulation

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    67. Massa, R; Scalise, A; Iani, C; Palmieri, MG; Bernardi, G
      Delayed focal involvement of upper motor neurons in the Madras pattern of motor neuron disease

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    68. KAWAGUCHI M; INOUE S; KAKIMOTO M; KITAGUCHI K; FURUYA H; MORIMOTO T; SAKAKI T
      THE EFFECT OF SEVOFLURANE ON MYOGENIC MOTOR-EVOKED POTENTIALS INDUCEDBY SINGLE AND PAIRED TRANSCRANIAL ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THE MOTORCORTEX DURING NITROUS-OXIDE KETAMINE FENTANYL ANESTHESIA/

      Journal of neurosurgical anesthesiology
    69. KOMANETSKY RM; PADBERG AM; LENKE LG; BRIDWELL KH; RUSSO MH; CHAPMAN MP; HAMILL CL
      NEUROGENIC MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS - A PROSPECTIVE COMPARISON OF STIMULATION METHODS IN SPINAL DEFORMITY SURGERY

      Journal of spinal disorders
    70. Burke, D; Hicks, RG
      Surgical monitoring of motor pathways

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    71. KOFLER M; GLOCKER FX; LEIS AA; SEIFERT C; WISSEL J; KRONENBERG MF; FUHR P
      MODULATION OF UPPER EXTREMITY MOTONEURON EXCITABILITY FOLLOWING NOXIOUS FINGER TIP STIMULATION IN MAN - A STUDY WITH TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION

      Neuroscience letters
    72. PECHSTEIN U; NADSTAWEK J; ZENTNER J; SCHRAMM J
      ISOFLURANE PLUS NITROUS-OXIDE VERSUS PROPOFOL FOR RECORDING OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS AFTER HIGH-FREQUENCY REPETITIVE ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    73. SAMII A; LOPEZDEVINE J; WASSERMAN EM; DALAKAS MC; CLARK K; GRAFMAN J; HALLETT M
      NORMAL POSTEXERCISE FACILITATION AND DEPRESSION OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN POSTPOLIO PATIENTS

      Muscle & nerve
    74. ARANYI Z; MATHIS J; HESS CW; ROSLER KM
      TASK-DEPENDENT FACILITATION OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS DURING DYNAMICAND STEADY MUSCLE CONTRACTIONS

      Muscle & nerve
    75. DILLMANN U; OHLMANN D; HAMANN GF; SCHIMRIGK K
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON AN ACUTE CASE OF GUILLAIN-BARRE-SYNDROME

      Nervenarzt
    76. FUJIHARA K; MIYOSHI T
      THE EFFECTS OF 4-AMINOPYRIDINE ON MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    77. YOKOTA T; SASAKI H; IWABUCHI K; SHIOJIRI T; YOSHINO A; OTAGIRI A; INABA A; YUASA T
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL FEATURES OF CENTRAL MOTOR CONDUCTION IN SPINOCEREBELLAR ATROPHY TYPE-1, TYPE-2, AND MACHADO-JOSEPH-DISEASE

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    78. MCMILLAN AS; WATSON C; WALSHAW D
      IMPROVED REPRODUCIBILITY OF MAGNETIC STIMULATION-EVOKED MOTOR POTENTIALS IN THE HUMAN MASSETER BY A NEW METHOD FOR LOCATING STIMULATION SITES ON THE SCALP

      Archives of oral biology
    79. McMillan, AS; Watson, C; Walshaw, D
      Transcranial magnetic-stimulation mapping of the cortical topography of the human masseter muscle

      ARCHIVES OF ORAL BIOLOGY
    80. SZEKELY G; CSECSEI GI; MIKO L
      SOMATOSENSORY AND MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN PATIENTS WITH TUMORS IN THE SPINAL-CANAL

      Acta neurochirurgica
    81. CHISTYAKOV AV; SOUSTIEL JF; HAFNER H; ELRON M; FEINSOD M
      ALTERED EXCITABILITY OF THE MOTOR CORTEX AFTER MINOR HEAD-INJURY REVEALED BY TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION

      Acta neurochirurgica
    82. MANGANOTTI P; ZANETTE G; BONATO C; TINAZZI M; POLO A; FIASCHI A
      CROSSED AND DIRECT EFFECTS OF DIGITAL NERVES STIMULATION ON MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIAL - A STUDY WITH MAGNETIC BRAIN-STIMULATION

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    83. OLIVERI M; BRIGHINA F; LABUA V; ALOISIO A; BUFFA D; FIERRO B
      MAGNETIC STIMULATION STUDY IN PATIENTS WITH MYOTONIC-DYSTROPHY

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    84. LI J; OLSON J; ANAND S; HOTSON J
      RAPID-RATE TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF HUMAN FRONTAL-CORTEX CAN EVOKE SACCADES UNDER FACILITATING CONDITIONS

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    85. GARLAND SJ; MILES TS
      RESPONSES OF HUMAN SINGLE MOTOR UNITS TO TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    86. ZENTNER J; THEES C; PECHSTEIN U; SCHEUFLER KM; WURKER J; NADSTAWEK J
      INFLUENCE OF NITROUS-OXIDE ON MOTOR-EVOKED POTENTIALS

      Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976)
    87. ZHAO M; ZHANG Y; LIU LS; LIU YB; LIAO WH
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED AND MOTOR-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN A RABBIT MODEL OFSPINAL-CORD ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION INJURY

      Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976)
    88. KANEKO K; KAWAI S; TAGUCHI T; FUCHIGAMI Y; SHIRAISHI G
      COEXISTING PERIPHERAL-NERVE AND CERVICAL CORD COMPRESSION

      Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976)
    89. MISRA UK; KALITA J
      CENTRAL MOTOR CONDUCTION STUDIES IN INTERNAL CAPSULE AND CORONA RADIATA INFARCTION

      Journal of neurology
    90. MOROTA N; DELETIS V; CONSTANTINI S; KOFLER M; COHEN H; EPSTEIN FJ
      THE ROLE OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS DURING SURGERY FOR INTRAMEDULLARYSPINAL-CORD TUMORS

      Neurosurgery
    91. THOMAS CK; ZAIDNER EY; CALANCIE B; BROTON JG; BIGLANDRITCHIE BR
      MUSCLE WEAKNESS, PARALYSIS, AND ATROPHY AFTER HUMAN CERVICAL SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      Experimental neurology
    92. KASAI T; TOYODA Y; YAHAGI S
      MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS (MEPS) AND H-REFLEXES ARE NOT EQUALLY SENSITIVE TO VOLUNTARY MOTOR COMMANDS

      Brain research
    93. KASAI T; KAWAI S; KAWANISHI M; YAHAGI S
      EVIDENCE FOR FACILITATION OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS (MEPS) INDUCED BY MOTOR IMAGERY

      Brain research
    94. KARLSBORG M; SMED A; JESPERSEN H; STEPHENSEN S; CORTSEN M; JENNUM P; HERNING M; KORFITSEN E; WERDELIN L
      A PROSPECTIVE-STUDY OF 39 PATIENTS WITH WHIPLASH INJURY

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    95. SALERNO A; GEORGESCO M
      ALTERATIONS OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS PA RAMETERS IN AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS

      Neurophysiologie clinique
    96. WU T; CHU NS
      RECOVERY PATTERNS OF MOTOR AND SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS FOLLOWING TREATMENT OF VITAMIN-B-12 DEFICIENCY

      Journal of the Formosan Medical Association
    97. KOYANAGI I; TATOR CH
      THE EFFECTS OF CORTICAL STIMULATION, ANESTHESIA AND RECORDING SITE ONSOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN THE RAT

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    98. SALERNO A; GEORGESCO M
      INTERHEMISPHERIC FACILITATION AND INHIBITION STUDIED IN MAN WITH DOUBLE MAGNETIC STIMULATION

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    99. IZUMI SI; FINDLEY TW; ANDREWS JF; DAUM MC; CHINO N
      VOLUNTARY CONTRACTION SHORTENS PERIPHERAL CONDUCTION TIME IN RESPONSETO TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE BRAIN

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    100. CLOUSTON PD; LIM CL; SUE C; MORRIS JGL; YIANNIKAS C
      APOMORPHINE CAN INCREASE CUTANEOUS INHIBITION OF MOTOR-ACTIVITY IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY


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