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The role of the temporal pole in auditory processing Volume 4, supplement 1, Supplement 1, September 2002


   
   Figure 1. Middle-latency auditory evoked potentials recorded in F3 and F4. The Pa component is significantly delayed compared to that seen in a control population both prior to and following surgery. No significant differences were detected between preoperative and postoperative data.



   
   Figure 2. Late auditory evoked potentials recorded in F3 and F4. The N100 and P200 components are delayed and their amplitudes are reduced both prior to and following surgery.