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Brainstem auditory evoked potentials (BAEPs) are the electrical potentials recorded from the scalp by stimulation of the auditory pathways.
Results for Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potential at birth for both groups Normal Altered Total n % n % n % GE 28 66,6 14 33,4 42 100 GC 40 95,2 02 4,8 42 100 Total 68 80,9 16 19 84 100 Chi-square test (p)=0,002 *.
Prolongation of interpeak latency of brainstem auditory evoked potential in hypothyroidism.
Effects of age and interstimulus interval on the brainstem auditory evoked potential. Int J Neurosci.
Figure 2: Mean brainstem auditory evoked potential absolute and interpeak latencies (mean of right and left ear) (ms [+ or -] standard deviation) among controls, overweight, and obese Controls Overweight Obese wave I 1.73 1.73 1.74 wave III 3.66 3.795 3.8 wave V 5.68 5.83 5.89 I-III 1.92 2.07 2.069 III-V 2.09 2.02 2.09 I-V 3.9 4.09 4.16 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Brainstem auditory evoked potentials were produced by a brief click which stimulated the head phones.
(13) These delicate alterations in the neurodegenerative pathway could be detected in a non-invasive manner with robust accuracy during the early stages of the disease using brainstem auditory evoked potentials. (14) Considering the variations in lifestyle factors, socioeconomic status and dietary patterns carrying out such studies on a wider scale should be done in future.
Miller, "Sound lateralization, brainstem auditory evoked potentials and magnetic resonance imaging in multiple sclerosis," Brain, vol.
Despite the negative results concerning brainstem auditory evoked potentials [71-73], evidence for attentional modulation of human peripheral auditory pathway has been found in EEG studies of brainstem frequency-following responses (FFR) [74, 75], including a recent study showing that the subcortical FFR to task-irrelevant sound features are suppressed when attention is being strongly directed to other sound features [76].