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In the Literature: Utility of Motor and Somatosensory Evoked Potentials for Neural Thermoprotection in Ablations of Musculoskeletal Tumors
The Big Question: First, let me apologize up front for the quote-heavy content of this write-up. Though I have been in the field of IONM for a while I have not had experience…
In the Literature: Use of the train-of-five bipolar technique to provide reliable, spatially accurate motor cortex identification in asleep patients
The Big Question: The authors (Bander, et al.) point out that monopolar stimulation for direct cortical brain mapping is quickly become the standard when compared to the previous method of mapping: â€œlow-frequency…