The effects of muscle relaxants on the auditory cortical evoked potentials in humans
AuthorRickards, Field W.; Clark, Graeme M.; McMahon, D. S.; Dewhurst, D. J.
Source TitleProceedings of the Australian Physiological and Pharmacological Society
Document TypeConference Item
CitationsRickards, F. W., Clark, G. M., McMahon, D. S., & Dewhurst, D. J. (1972). The effects of muscle relaxants on the auditory cortical evoked potentials in humans. In Proceedings of the Australian Physiological and Pharmacological Society, 3, 74.
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This is an item from the Proceedings of the Australian Physiological and Pharmacological Society (1972), 3, published by Australian Physiological and Pharmacological Society. This version is reproduced with the permission of publisher.
There are a number of studies on sensory information processing based on an analysis of cortical evoked potentials. Few studies however, provide direct evidence that the cortical evoked potentials are produced by neural generators in the brain. In fact, some research work has shown that most of the cortical evoked activity may be muscular in origin. (Bickford et al, 1964; Prichard et al, 1965). Consequently the present study was necessary as a preliminary to further research on sensory information processing in the auditory system.
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