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Atlas of electroencephalography
is needed, both to increase the number of survivors and, more important, to improve the quality of the survivors, is shared by the reviewer. The introductory chapters discuss terminology and theExpand
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Electroencephalographic Evidence of Thalamic and Hypothalamic Epilepsy
IN THE COURSE of studies on the electroencephalograin in sleep, a new type of ,spike discharge has been encountered. It consists of two components, either of which may appear alone: 1) 14 per secondExpand
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A balanced non-cephalic reference electrode.
Abstract A method is described for minimizing cardiac potential by balancing the voltage between two points on opposite sides of the heart. Advantage can be taken of the cancellation thus obtained toExpand
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EFFECT ON THE ELECTRO-ENCEPHALOGRAM OF CERTAIN DRUGS WHICH INFLUENCE NERVOUS ACTIVITY
The electro-encephalogram is analogous to the electrocardiogram; it is a record of the electrical potentials originating in the brain. Hans Berger1demonstrated the feasibility of "leading off" theseExpand
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THE ELECTRO-ENCEPHALOGRAM IN EPILEPSY AND IN CONDITIONS OF IMPAIRED CONSCIOUSNESS
The electro-encephalogram is the graphic record of electrical disturbances arising in the brain. This record is analogous to the electrocardiogram, which is the record of the electrical actionExpand
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CEREBRAL DYSRHYTHMIAS OF EPILEPSY: MEASURES FOR THEIR CONTROL
Our reports on the electrical activity of the brain in epilepsy have thus far been almost entirely descriptive.1Interpretation, we believed, could wait until a considerable body of data had beenExpand
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EFFECT ON THE ELECTRO-ENCEPHALOGRAM OF DRUGS AND CONDITIONS WHICH INFLUENCE SEIZURES
Of what clinical value is the study of cortical potentials to the physician who must treat patients with epilepsy? Is there hope of clarifying and unifying the confusing and often diametricallyExpand
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INFLUENCE OF THE BLOOD SUGAR LEVEL ON THE WAVE AND SPIKE FORMATION IN PETIT MAL EPILEPSY
Since the beginning of our work on the electrical activity of the cortex, 1 we have attempted to distinguish between the different types of abnormal waves that are encountered in epilepsy. We haveExpand
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