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Unilateral dopamine deficit and lateral eeg asymmetry: sleep abnormalities in hemi-Parkinson's patients.
The hypothesis was tested that unilateral dopamine deficiency leading to the contralateral extrapyramidal syndrome (hemi-parkinsonism) would cause distinctly asymmetric EEG sleep patterns. In 7Expand
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Visual evoked potentials in hemiparkinsonism.
Abstract Visual evoked potentials (VEPs) were recorded bilaterally from the parietal areas in patients with hemiparkinsonism. VEPs recorded over the hemisphere contralateral to the side ofExpand
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A clinico-biochemical correlation in a Parkinsonian patient treated with levodopa and decarboxylase inhibitor (Ro 4-4602). A model study.
Abstract A study was made of the clinical and biochemical findings in a Parkinsonian patient who was being treated with levodopa and who developed regular, sharply-defined changes in his clinicalExpand
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A comparison of levodopa treatment and task demands on visual evoked potentials in hemi-Parkinsonism
In patients with hemi-Parkinsonism the amplitude of visual evoked potential (EP) components was relatively reduced over the hemisphere contralateral to Parkinsonian symptomatology. Chronic levodopaExpand
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