R A Brechet

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A comparative EEG and CT scan Study of 500 inpatients was performed. Patients were divided into four groups: 82 patients (16.5%) had normal EEG and CT scan; 92 patients (18.5%) had normal EEG but abnormal CT scan; 75 patients (15%) had abnormal EEG and normal CT scan; 251 patients (50%) had both EEG and pathologic CT scan alterations. Among the 500(More)
It appears from a study of 100 cases of acute cerebral disease that electroencephalography is valuable as part of the diagnosis strategy and not only to establish the correct final diagnosis. This examination therefore plays a non-negligible role in neurological practice. In a number of diseases it provides information that no other examination can provide,(More)
Standard EEG tracings were recorded in 25 patients with anatomically confirmed Creutzfeldt-Jakob's disease. A total of 82 recordings were studied, and were found to conform with those previously described. More particularly, the periodic paroxystic tracing described by Nevin in 1954 was observed in 16 cases, but these were of late onset, frequent, and(More)
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