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Figure 6 | Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine

Figure 6

From: Pain-related somatosensory evoked potentials and functional brain magnetic resonance in the evaluation of neurologic recovery after cardiac arrest: a case study of three patients

Figure 6

Pain-related SEP and fMRI six months after cardiac arrest. Left side: Three bilateral SEP channels: Fpz - C3'/C4', left Erb's/right Erb's - C3'/C4', Fpz - right Erb's/left Erb's. Note the appearance of bilateral MLCEP (40-50 ms) and left MLCEP (60-70 ms) and NCSE in the EEG traces. Right side: Four fMRI scans at 99% sensitivity during the 50 mAmp electrical stimulation. Note the activation of the secondary somatosensory, posterior-anterior cingulate, frontal, cerebellar cortex, and amygdale.

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