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TitleNeurophysiology and Standards of Spinal Cord Monitoring [electronic resource] / edited by Thomas B. Ducker, Richard H. Brown
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1988
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-3804-1
Descript VIII, 388 p. online resource

CONTENT

Standards -- Standardization of Evoked Potential Recording -- Clinical Neurophysiology of Neural Stimulation -- Ascending Recordings -- Human Spinal Cord Potentials (SCPs): Ascending Recording Variations - an Update -- Evaluation of Segmental Spinal Evoked Potentials with Topographic Computer Display and Dipole -- Intraspinal SEPs Recorded from the Vicinity of the Dorsal Root Entry Zone -- Interpretation of Anterior and Posterior Spinal SEPs During Scoliosis Surgery -- Experimental Ascending Evoked Potentials in Spinal Cord Injury -- Effects of Spinal Cord Compression on Repetitive Impulse Conduction of Ascending Fibers in the Dorsal Column -- The Effect of Chymopapain on Nerve Impulse Transmission in the Rat -- Diagnosis of Cervical Myelopathy Using Segmental Evoked Spinal Cord Potentials Obtained by Stimulating Finger Surface -- Descending Recordings -- Spinal Cord Potentials (SCPs) Produced by Descending Volleys in the Rat -- Intradural Spinal Recordings (Particular Reference to Invasive Methods) -- Corticospinal Direct Response to Stimulation of the Exposed Motor Cortex in Humans -- Usefulness of Motor Evoked Potentials (Pyramidal D-Response) for Assessment of Spinal Cord Injury -- Spinal Cord Potentials (SCPs) Produced by Descending Volleys in Man -- Anesthesia Influence on Recordings -- Effects of Anesthetic Drugs on Spinal Cord Monitoring: An Update -- Sites, Rates and Filters that Best Eliminate Background Noise and Variability during Cortical Evoked Potentials in Spinal Cord Monitoring -- Effect of Isoflurane on Human Median Nerve Evoked Potentials -- Evoked Potential Monitoring of Anesthetic and Operative Manipulation -- Effects of Intravenous Anesthetic Induction Agents on Somatosensory Evoked Potentials: Thiopental, Fentanyl, and Etomidate -- Augmentation of Somatosensory Evoked Potential Waves in Patients with Cervical Spinal Stenosis -- Brain and Spinal Cord Monitoring by Multispatial and Multimodal Evoked Potentials during Aortic Surgery -- Anesthesia Influence on Recording: Summary -- Operative Data -- Criteria for Detection and Pathological Significance of Response Decrement during Spinal Cord Monitoring -- Real-Time Intraoperative Monitoring during Neurosurgical and Neuroradiological Procedures -- Clinical Study of Spinal Cord Evoked Potentials -- True and False Positive Amplitude Attenuations during Cortical Evoked Potential Spinal Cord Monitoring -- Cortical and Spinal Intraoperative Recordings in Uneventful Monitoring and in Cases with Neurologic Changes -- Direct Recording of Spinal Evoked Potentials to Peripheral Nerve Stimulation by a Specially Modified Electrode -- Intraoperative Somatosensory Evoked Potential Monitoring: The Rochester Experience -- Somatosensory Evoked Potentials (SEP) Intraoperative Monitoring during Cranial Vertebral Compression and Instability -- Variability of Epidural SEP from Below and Above Spinal Cord Lesions โ{128}{148} The Effect of the Lesion on Spinal SEP -- Acute Evoked Potential Changes in Operative Treatment: A Summary -- Continuous, Chronic Changes in Spinal Cord Evoked Potentials -- Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in Chronic Spinal Cord Injury: An Update -- Continuous Somatosensory Evoked Potential Monitoring in the Neurointensive Care Unit -- A Comparison of Dermatomal and Major Nerve Evoked Responses with Clinical Diagnosis in Acute Spinal Injury -- Evoked Spinal Cord Action Potentials in Syringomyelia Level Diagnosis and Spinal Cord Monitoring -- Somatosensory Evoked Potential Recordings in Neurotrauma Patients and Value of SEPs in Diagnosing Conversion Disorders -- Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in the Diagnosis and Prognosis of Multiple Spinal Meningiomas -- Use of Somatosensory Evoked Potentials to Monitor Spinal Cord Ischemia during Surgery on the Thoracic and Thoraco-Abdominal Aorta -- The Effect of Spinal Cord Blood Flow on Evoked Potentials -- Continuous, Chronic Changes in Evoked Potentials: Summary -- Conclusions -- Orthopaedic Review and Summary -- Overview of Fundamental and Clinical Aspects of Monitoring the Spinal Cord during Spinal Cord Surgery


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