Veps


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Noun1.Veps - a member of a Finnish people of Russia
Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic, Soviet Russia, Russia - formerly the largest Soviet Socialist Republic in the USSR occupying eastern Europe and northern Asia
Russian - a native or inhabitant of Russia
2.Veps - a Finnic language spoken by the Veps
Baltic-Finnic - a group of Finnic languages including Finnish and Estonian
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kaarme Although Proto-Finnic *kuu 'viper, snake', going back to Proto-Uralic *kuji 'snake', retains the meaning 'snake' in Karelian, Veps, and Livonian dialects (cf.
VEPs can particularly be useful when the history and/or neurological examination are vague and inconclusive.
In our study optic neuritis was seen in 19.2% of patients and prolonged VEPs were present in 26.9% suggesting asymptomatic episodes of previous optic neuritis.
The test protocol was 2 s: in the first second, half the test contrast level (7.5%) was presented as an adaptation condition, and in the next second, the full test contrast (15.0%) was presented to elicit the desired VEP. The spatial pattern was a 24 x 24 array of isolated-checks to subtend a 11[degrees] visual field at a testing distance of 114 cm, and a fixation cross-cue facilitated careful fixation on the center of the screen [Figure 2].[8]{Figure 2}
Multifocal ERG (mfERG) is more supported in the literature than visual-evoked potential (VEP) [13, 38, 39].
Patients were diagnosed by consultant neurologists using clinical, MRI, and visual evoked potential (VEP) parameters.
Typical VEPs evoked by four stimuli at O1, O2, and Oz electrodes from one individual are presented in Figures 4(a)-4(c).
Accornero, "Color VEPs in Parkinson's disease," Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Evoked Potentials Section, vol.
Langrova, "Motiononset VEPs: characteristics, methods, and diagnostic use," Vision Research, vol.
To evaluate the performance of the proposed method, two standard visual-evoked tasks, a visual-evoked potential (VEP) task and a steady-state visually evoked potential (SSVEP) task, are performed.
The minimum set of recording derivations was chosen on the basis of a previous topographical study concerning the scalp distribution of ERPs [9] and VEPs [17].
The present study aimed to determine whether there is a difference in efficacy between polysulfone (PS) membranes, which are currently used regularly in the clinical setting, and vitamin E-coated polysulfone (VEPS) membranes, which are anticipated to exhibit the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of vitamin E.