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Visual inspection of the unquantified electroencephalogram (EEG) remains the sole technique to confidently detect epileptiform discharges. Usefulness of this procedure in psychiatric research is hampered by reported prevalence of abnormalities in normal adults ranging from 4% to 57.5%. In this study, we examined the criteria used in available literature for(More)
1. A systematic review of the literature revealed twelve clinical trials that evaluated nine different drugs, and used three different conceptual models to prevent, restore or treat ECT-induced cognitive deficits. 2. This review indicated inconclusive results regarding clinical utility of any of the drugs. 3. Major factors discussed include the complexities(More)
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