evoked response

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e·voked re·sponse

n. respuesta evocada.
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Tenders are invited for Brain stem evoked response audiometer
IPLs value of waveforms of brain-stem auditory evoked response in females is shorter as compared to men.
Visual function was evaluated via the latency of the first major positive component of the evoked response (P100) and the peak-to-peak amplitude of N75 to P100.
The brainstem auditory evoked response (BAER) test performed by a neurologist can definitively diagnose deafness.
This prospective study was planned to evaluate these changes through brainstem evoked response audiometry (BERA) latency abnormalities and otoacoustic emissions (OAE).
Effects of otitis on hearing in dog characterized by brain stem auditory evoked response testing.
The study of brainstem evoked response audiometry provides an opportunity to evaluate the functional integrity of auditory pathway from inner ear to upper brainstem.
Brain stem auditory evoked response in the non-anesthetized horse and pony.
Bhushan's submission evoked response from the Bench, which said that bad debts are plaguing public sector banks ( PSBs).
Correlation between clinical symptoms and brainstem auditory evoked response results
The overall neuronal signalling in response to a given stimulus is the transmissions across the billions of synaptic clefts present in brain and an evoked response is their accumulated effect which is developed over a few tens of msec.