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Electroacupuncture: mechanisms and clinical application
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese method to treat diseases and relieve pain. We have conducted a series of studies to examine the mechanisms of this ancient method for pain relief. This articleExpand
The Saslow Screening Test as a measure of anxiety-proneness.
Evaluation of convulsive and subconvulsive shock therapies utilizing a control group.
1. Convulsive photoshock is an effective treatment procedure. 2. The convulsive seizure, whether produced by electric or photo-chemical means, has therapeutic value in the treatment of affectiveExpand
ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC STUDIES IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING HEAD INJURY
1. If mild cerebral trauma such as we were investigating produced changes in the electroencephalographic tracing the abnormality disappeared within a period of minutes in the vast majority of cases.Expand
Traditional and Evidence-Based Acupuncture: History, Mechanisms, and Present Status
Background. In 1983, the Southern Medical Journal advised its readers that a scientific basis might underlie the popular practice of ancient Chinese acupuncture. Recent studies have proven this to beExpand
Premenstrual tension: EEG, hormonal, and psychiatric evaluation.
Electroencephalographic, hormonal, and psychiatric investigations of a small number of subjects with and without premenstrual tension have revealed the following :(1) no indication that theExpand
Geographic distribution of multiple sclerosis.
  • G. Ulett
  • Medicine
  • Diseases of the nervous system
  • 1 November 1948
Effect of atropine and scopolamine upon electroencephalographic changes induced by electro-convulsive-therapy.
Abstract An investigation was made of the effects of daily administered 1–5 mg. doses of atropine and scopolamine, upon the alteration of brain wave pattern that characteristically accompanies aExpand
Survey of EEG findings in 1,000 patients with chief complaint of headache.
Abstract The EEG tracings of 1,000 consecutive subjects with headache of presumably non-organic origin were classified with respect to normal, borderline and clearly disordered character. The overallExpand
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