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Acta Inform Med. 2008; 16(1): 22-24

Correlation of the Somatosensory Evoked Cerebral Potentials of Median Nerve Between Healthy and Respondents with Multiple Sclerosis

Merita Tiric Campara, Nedim Loncarevic, Amira Skopljak, Emir Tupkovic.


GOAL: To determine correlation between wavesr amplitudes in SSEP of median nerve, with special focus on waves N19 and P22 of the somatosensory evoked cerebral potentials (SSEP) in healthy individuals and patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). MATERIAL AND METHODS: This research involved 100 respondents divided into two groups: first group (experimental) us consisted of 50 respondents with the verified multiple sclerosis treated at the Neurology Clinic in Sarajevo, second group (control) is consisted of 50 respondents, healthy volunteer. Research is conducted in time period from August 1st 2006 until August 1st 2007. All respondents underwent Somatosensory evoked potentials evaluation of the median nerve. The tested amplitudes were in waves N19 and P22. All values was statistically processed based on percent, crosstabs, mean, standard deviation, standard error of mean, Chi-square test, Student t-test, at the referent significance level of p

Key words: amplitude, SSEP, MS

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