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Figure 2: (A) Presence of transcranial motor evoked potential (tc-MEP) in the left upper extremity at baseline. (B) Loss of tc-MEPs. (C) Waterfall showing loss in the left side and preserved MEPs in the right side

Figure 2: (A) Presence of transcranial motor evoked potential (tc-MEP) in the left upper extremity at baseline. (B) Loss of tc-MEPs. (C) Waterfall showing loss in the left side and preserved MEPs in the right side