The visual evoked magnetic response to a pattern onset stimulus

C. Degg, Richard A. Armstrong, A. Slaven, G.F. Harding

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

Abstract

The topography of the visual evoked magnetic response to a pattern onset stimulus was studied in four normal subjects. The topography of th CIIm component was consistent when measured on the same subject nine months apart. Full field responses were more variable than half field responses. With decreasing check size, the field pattern changes from a simple distribution with one outgoing and one ingoing area of field to a more complex pattern with in and outgoing fields over each hemisphere of the brain. The source may originate at the pole or from within the calcarine fissure.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 1991
Event8th International Biomagnetism Conference - Münster , Germany
Duration: 19 Aug 199124 Aug 1991

Conference

Conference8th International Biomagnetism Conference
CountryGermany
CityMünster
Period19/08/9124/08/91

Keywords

  • visual evoked magnetic response
  • pattern onset stimulus
  • topography
  • brain

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