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capable of being but not yet in existence

capable of favorable development

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the inherent capacity for growth or development

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the inherent capacity for coming into being

the difference in electrical charge between two points in a circuit expressed in volts

existing in possibility

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expected to become or be

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Comparison of conventional averaged and rapid averaged, autoregressive-based extracted auditory evoked potentials for monitoring the hypnotic level during propofol induction.
No reports on somatosensory and auditory evoked potentials studies in patients with CADASIL were found.
They describe the variables inherent in ASSR testing (state, anesthesia, age and attention), clinical applications, behavioral threshold estimation, the 80-Hz ASSR compared with other auditory evoked potentials, ASSR in neonates and infants, and ASSR applications in hearing screening, bone conduction, super-threshold tests, hearing device fitting, and cochlear implants.
25) More recently, Norena et al (26) and Weisz et al (27) compared auditory evoked potentials in patients with tinnitus and in healthy controls, and they suggested that tinnitus might occur as the result of a dysfunction in the top-down inhibitory processes that originate in the prefrontal lobe.
Before receiving treatment, all patients were evaluated using a technique known as loudness dependence of auditory evoked potentials (LDAEP), which involved exposing them to various tonal intensities and then gauging their physiologic response with quantitative electroencephalography.
The handheld product, aepEX, uses auditory evoked potentials to accurately determine the level of anesthesia and analgesia delivered to patients during surgery.
For the new edition, the authors have expanded discussion on topics such as autoimmune inner ear disease, diagnosing occupational hearing loss, and other subjects and added new chapters on auditory evoked potentials, sudden sensorineural hearing loss, malignancies of the ear, otologic complications of scuba diving, and hearing in dogs.
A diagnosis of sudden hypoacusis was confirmed in both groups by a series of baseline tests, including liminal tonal audiometry, tympanometry, and auditory evoked potentials (table).
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