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Motor Evoked Potentials From Multiple Recording Sites Of The Lower Limbs As A Monitoring Tool Of Central Motor Function (P5.102)

Conclusions:The reduced inter-trial MEP variability makes the described technique a promising tool for CMCF monitoring. Moreover, trend analysis of the large number of available ARs in individual subject can sharpen the sensitivity of the method. When advised by clinical needs in selected patients, the vertebral recording point and stimulation sites can be fixed using small, almost unnoticeable tattoos, as commonly used in radiation therapy, making the method suitable for long-term follow-up.Disclosure: Dr. Troni has nothing to disclose. Dr. Bertolotto has received personal compensation for activities with Biogen Idec, Merck & Co. Inc., Farmades, Novartis, and Aventis Pharmaceuticals Inc. Dr. Bertolotto has received research support from Serono, Inc., Farmades, Aventis Pharmaceuticals …

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Motor Evoked Potentials From Multiple Recording Sites Of The Lower Limbs As A Monitoring Tool Of Central Motor Function (P5.102)

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