Breach rhythm: the EEG related to skull defects.

  title={Breach rhythm: the EEG related to skull defects.},
  author={W A Cobb and Roberto J Guiloff and J Cast},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  volume={47 3},
From 33 patients with skull defects 89 EEGs were recorded, most with X ray control of the electrode sites. In 10 patients records were made shortly before and about 10 days after bone replacement. The remaining cases had EEGs either with or without bone replacement. The amplitude of alpha and frontal fast rhythms might be increased over or near unilateral posterior and frontal defects respectively. This enhancement was by a factor of less than 3. Since the electrode involved might not be in the… CONTINUE READING