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Abbreviation:   MEP  (>> Co-occurring Abbreviation)
Long Form:   multimodality evoked potentials
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2004 [ Effects of electromagnetic fields generated by mobile phones on the nervous system]. EEG, EMF, ERP
2002 [Role of multimodal evoked potentials in evaluations of persistent vegetative state of nontraumatic origin]. PVS
1999 [Neurophysiological assessment in patients with clinically defined multiple sclerosis with special reference to P300 wave study]. ER, MS, PP, SSEP
1998 Neurophysiological findings in a case of carbohydrate-deficient glycoprotein (CDG) syndrome type I with phosphomannomutase deficiency. ABR, CDG, CDG I, EEG, ERG, NCV, PMM, SEP, VEP
1993 Multimodality evoked potentials and electroretinography in a test battery for an early diagnosis of brain death. BAEPs, ERG, VEPs
1993 Primary progressive versus relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis in Japanese patients: a combined clinical, magnetic resonance imaging and multimodality evoked potential study. MRI, PPMS, RRMS
1991 Multimodality evoked potential testing in acute mild closed head injury. ---
1990 Multimodal evoked potentials in HIV infected patients. ---
1990 [Multimodal evoked potentials in human immunodeficiency virus infection]. ---
10  1989 Evoked potential assessment: utility in prognosis of chronic head injury. BAEP, RLAS, SSEP, TBI
11  1989 Intraventricular or epidural injection of morphine for severe pain. ---
12  1989 [Evaluation of post-traumatic coma using evoked potentials]. ABEP, SEP, VEP
13  1982 Multimodality evoked potentials: clinical applications and assessment of utility. BAEP, ERP, SEP, VEP
14  1981 Noninvasive localization of brain-stem lesions in the cat with multimodality evoked potentials: correlation with human head-injury data. AEP, VEP
15  1981 Prognostic implications of early multimodality evoked potentials in severely head-injured patients. A prospective study. ---