Sensory Evoked Potentials​

About procedure

Sensory Evoked Potentials (SEPs) are tests measuring brain or spinal cord responses to sensory stimuli. These stimuli, like visual flashes or auditory tones, trigger electrical activity recorded by scalp or nerve electrodes. SEPs help diagnose conditions affecting sensory pathways, such as multiple sclerosis or peripheral neuropathy. They’re valuable for localizing lesions and monitoring treatment response in neurological disorders.