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Visual Evoked Potentials

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What do you know about visual evoked potential (VEP)?

Created Date 10.31.18
Last Updated 11.01.18
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  • What is the stimulus rate for VEPs?
  • What is allowable interocular P100 latency difference in normal subjects?
  • What is the incidence of abnormal VEP in definite MS patients?
  • N100 of a VEP is recorded at:
  • Which of the following technical factors could affect pattern reversal visual evoked potential latency and/or amplitude?
  • P100 of a VEP is primarily generated at:
  • What will a tumor pressing on the optic nerve do to the VEP?
  • What is the correct 4 channel montage that is used for full-field reversal evoked potential (ACNS)?
  • Which waveform peak(s) (latencies) are we interested in for a VEP?
  • The recommended system of electrode placement for half-field stimulation is:
  • P100 of a VEP will usually have the highest amplitude in which derivation?
  • The retinal aree stimulated by a relatively small check size on pattern reversal is:
  • What is the term for comparing the latencies of the P100 waveform between both eyes?
  • Demyelinating disorders will most commonly produce which VEP abnormality?
  • Patients should wear their corrective lenses during PRVEP
  • Patients should be asleep or sedated during PRVEP
  • What is the stim rate for diffuse flash VEP's?
  • P100 amplitude will diminish if patient does not maintain a fixed gaze near the center of the screen for a PRVEP
  • Females have a shorter P100 latency than males