Visual evoked potentials in the diagnosis/prognosis of multiple sclerosis
Record ID 32006001010
Visual evoked potentials (VEPs) constitute the brain's electrical response to a visual stimulus and are indicative of lesions in the visual pathway. VEP testing has been investigated as a method for diagnosing multiple sclerosis (MS), making a prognosis regarding the development of MS, and predicting/monitoring disease progression following a confirmed diagnosis.
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- Evoked Potentials, Visual
- Multiple Sclerosis
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