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Somatosensorisch evozierte Potentiale bei Kindern: Reifung und klinische Aspekte

  • J. B. Cracco
  • R. Q. Cracco
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Zusammenfassung

Somatosensorisch evozierte Potentiale (SEP) bieten eine nicht–invasive Methode zur Untersuchung des Nervensystems vom peripheren Nerv bis zur Großhirnrinde. Diese Technik kann Aufschluß geben über die afferente Funktion des peripheren Nervs, des Rückenmarks, des Hirnstammes und der Großhirnrinde. Untersuchungen dieser Potentiale bei Kleinkindern und Kindern haben Informationen geliefert bezüglich des Reifungsprozesses des menschlichen Nervensystems, und Anomalien dieser Potentiale sind bei Kindern mit fokalen und generalisierten neurologischen Defiziten beschrieben worden (Hrbek et al. 1968a, 1973; Desmedt u. Manil 1970; Desmedt et al. 1973, 1976; Cracco et al. 1979, 1980; Cracco u. Cracco 1982).

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