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Journal of the Korean Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine 1987;11(2):9.
The Relationship between SEP Patterns and Motor Recovery in Stroke Patients
In-Goo Rhee, M.D., Hee-Sang Kim, M.D., Young-Seul Nah, M.D., Kyung-Hoi Ahn, M.D. , Yang-Guyn Lee, M.D.*
Department of 豁ehabilitation Medicine, Kyung Hee University Medical Center, *Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Soon Cheon Hyang University Hospital
뇌졸중 환자의 SEP와 운동기능회복에 관한 비교 연구
이인구, 김희상, 나영설, 안경회, 이양균*
경희대학교 의과대학 재활의학교실, *순천향 의과대학 재활의학과
Abstract

The SEP test is a valid and repeatable technique which correlates with clinically assessed joint position sense and useful in predicting motor recovery of hemiplegia.

At Kyung Hee Medical Center, we studied 30 cases of Stroke about the motor recovery & SEP patterns. It has been important prognostic index whether the SEP patterns are normal or not. The results were summerrized as follows.

1) 13 patients showed normal SEP patterns. 5 of them showed no weakness and 8 of them showed mild weakness. 4 patients showed abnormal SEP pattern. 1 of them showed mild weakness, 2 of them showed moderate weakness and another one showed severe weakness. 13 patients showed absent SEP patterns. 3 of them showed mild weakness, other three showed moderate weakness and another seven showed severe weakness.

2) The results were statistically significant correlation between the normal and abnormal SEP patterns(p<0.005).

3) The SEP study is useful predicting motor recovery of stroke patients.

Key Words: Relationship, Somatosensory evoked potential, Motor recovery, Stroke, Hemiplegia


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