Brain Electrical Activity Mapping (BEAM) of Event-Related Potentials in Coma
The large number of publications dealing with the evoked potentials of early and middle latency reflects their diagnostic significance (for review, see 4). In our opinion, the late endogenous components have, however, received too little attention.
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