• The Utility of Crossover Motor Evoked Potentials

    Unilateral motor cortex stimulation produces motor-evoked potentials (MEPs) on the opposite side of the body (contralateral) relative to the stimulated cerebral hemisphere. When MEPs are also recorded from the same side of the body (ipsilateral), we sometimes refer to them as “crossover” MEPs. Many people record from both sides of the ...

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  • Look No Further: Worst Neuromonitoring Paper Ever

    Have you ever wondered what’s the worst academic paper ever published on the subject of neuromonitoring? I ponder this question sometimes as I review the literature because I read so many awful papers. I can’t help but wonder how some of these papers ever get published, and especially in high-profile ...

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  • Neuro-what…?

    Avoidance… I love what I do for a living, but I can’t stand talking about it in mixed company. Neuromonitoring is a profession that very few people have ever heard of. It isn’t like other professions, the names of which spark an immediate understanding of responsibility and purpose. People just get ...

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