Atlas of Human Spinal Cord Evoked Potentials / Edition 1

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This book is the first attempt ever made to compile knowledge about the neurophysiology of the human spinal cord acquired by recording electrical events from the space adjacent to spinal structures (epidural space). Moreover, illustrations have been produced in a computerized method that were recorded under different technical specifications but presented under identical standards. This book provides information about the present professional and scientific achievements in this particualr field of human neurophysiology. Information on the electrophysiological characteristics of presynaptic, conducting electrical events as well as post-synaptic stationary electrical events. Information about spinal cord electrical events is given according to different segmental spinal cord levels and spinal cord portions. It will be useful for physicians using electrical events recorded from the spinal cord electrospinograms, to monitor spinal cord functions during surgical interventions, as well as for researchers who are advancing the application of new physiological, pharmacological, surgical and potentially neurobiological procedures for the restoration of impaired spinal cord functions.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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The atlas addresses new developments in the examination of human spinal cord function via spinal cord evoked potentials (SCEPs) from within the spinal canal. Beginning chapters orient the reader to the origins and properties of SCEPs, while the bulk of the book presents SCEP data by vertebral level, radial position, and stimulus modality. The book discusses recording SCEPs during intraoperative monitoring, and the influence of anesthesia on SCEPs. Includes b&w diagrams and a comprehensive bibliography. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780750696319
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 7/1/1995
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 112

Table of Contents

CONTENTS: Introduction; Origins and properties of spinal cord evoked potentials; Methods; Spinal cord evoked potentials recorded at different vertebral levels; Intraoperative monitoring of corticospinal and spinospinal MEPs; Influence of anaesthesia on intraoperative monitoring of SCEPs; SCEP monitoring during spinal surgery of pain and spasticity; SCEP monitoring in orthopaedic spinal surgery

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