MR Erlichman

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Age as an important risk factor in surgery has always been debatable. Between January 1991 and December 1992, 35 consecutive octogenarian patients (23 males and 12 females; average age 82.3 years) were retrospectively evaluated. Twenty-five patients had only coronary artery by-pass graft operations (CABG), five had aortic valve replacements (AVR) and five(More)
Electroencephalographic (EEG) video monitoring is the simultaneous documentation of the clinical and electroencephalographic manifestations of seizures. The video recording permits repeated viewing of the clinical sequence and enables comparisons with recordings of known seizures. Epilepsy is a clinical diagnosis in which most cases can be characterized(More)
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