Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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I do use these SSEP (somato-sensory evoked potentials) tests in an asleep patient (called neuro-monitoring) during surgery. I don’t use SSEP testing in my practice in an awake patient as if the test is not performed perfectly, the results are widely interpretable. I cannot help you with these results.

Dr. Corenman