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Neurologic and psychologic studies were done on 16 victims of alternate current electrical injuries. The patients were followed for a period of over 5 years. The findings point to a stereotyped generalized cerebral dysfunction, resulting in depression, divorce, unemployment as well as a high incidence of atypical seizures (atonic and myoclonic seizures).(More)
TBM provides physiological and diagnostic information which is quite complementary to EEG, but does not replace the need for standard EEG recordings. For example, it does not show subtle morphologic abnormalities such as FIRDA, PLEDs or epileptiform discharges. Simultaneous EEG recording as well as impeccable technique are essential in proper recording of(More)
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