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... I just had my visual evoked potential test today. Was wondering if I could have your opinions since my doc won't go over the results with me until after I have my spinal tap so will be a few weeks. ... (4 replies)
... Evoked potential testing can be helpful if MS is suspected but the EMG is not helpful in diagnosing MS. ... (4 replies)
... depending on the location, could cause some symptoms that could mimic MS. Again, if the location of the cyst compromises your nervous system, it could skew your evoked potential test. ... (3 replies)

... I have 5 lesions on my brain. I have my visual evoked potential test next friday. Is the evoked potential test always positive for people with MS? ... (10 replies)
... I am not sure why the doctor would order the test if you have already met the Revised McDonald Criteria. Perhaps the doctor would like a benchmark? ... (2 replies)
... The VEP or visual evoked potential is used more often, especially if you have eye issues, optical neuritis for one. It measures the peripheral vision as well as reaction times... ... (12 replies)
... hi guys. just so you know, an EEG is NOT an evoked potential test.. EEGs are painless, while Evoked potentials CAN hurt, briefly. Visual Evoked Potentials, do not hurt at all! BUt, they are messy as they stick gel to your head to attach the leads.. ... (12 replies)
... I have had 3 visual evoked potentials, I failed two last year and passed my last one in November. ... (12 replies)
... Being sent back to the Cleveland Clinic for a visual evoked potential and a somasensory potential of right leg and arm. ... (7 replies)
... I had these tests. Completely painless. There are two kinds, I had both. One is a visual evoked potential study. You watch a tv screen with a black and white graphic pattern and focus on the red spot on the screen . You have electrodes on your face. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Shelly. Passed my evoked potentials with flying colors.... ... (12 replies)
Evoked potential??
Oct 29, 2006
... o lesions in the brain stem that could of been the cause of the balance and hearing loss.Usually a VNG is not done when ruling out MS,it was just a precautionary test done by the ENT.This test was done to see if the hearing loss was from damage done inside the ear.It did come back brain stem or left hemisphere lesion. ... (2 replies)
... visual evoked potentials are cake.. ... (7 replies)
... Had my visual evoked potential test. No biggie. Dont know when I will get results though. It was fine exept one point I started seeing colors that werent there. ... (0 replies)
... The test Jayhawk is talking about is a visual evoked potential test. ... (2 replies)
... EMG tests done last July and they came out negative, then had Evoked Potential Tests done of entire body, hearing, visual, hands and legs done early January that came back normal. ... (2 replies)
Jun 17, 2015
... spine mri, blood work, nerve conduction study and my failed visual evoked potential test. ... (38 replies)
... I had the Visual Evoked Potential test. That test involves watching a monitor with your left eye than your right eye. The visual evoked potential test was positive for me. ... (9 replies)
MS with clear MRI?
Jan 28, 2009
... telling test. The Visual Evoked Potential is within the checklist used by Social Security for MS disability approval. Keep on keeping on because February 20 is not far away. ... (5 replies)
... m so sorry that you had such a hard time afterwards. I feel like the Neuro is going to tell me to have an LP done. I just had an MRI with and without contrast, Visual Evoked Potential Test, Auditory Evoked Potential Test, and bloodwork today. I really had a hard time with the Visual. ... (3 replies)

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