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A new diagnostic vestibular evoked response
Abstract Objective To describe the development of a new clinically applicable method for assessing vestibular function in humans with particular application in Meniere’s ...
Development of an ultra low noise, miniature signal conditioning device for vestibular evoked response recordings
Abstract Background Inner ear evoked potentials are small amplitude (<1 μVpk) signals that require a low noise signal acquisition protocol for successful extraction; an existing such ...
rTMS as a Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease with and without Comorbidity of Depression: A Review
With an ever-increasing population of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) patients worldwide, a noninvasive treatment for AD is needed. In this paper, the application of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulus (rTMS) as a treatment ...