E.E.G. abnormalities from the temporal lobe studied with sphenoidal electrodes.


In the last few years applied electrophysiology has played an increasing part in the routine clinical work of many neurological and psychiatric centres. Combined clinical and electrophysiological observations have shown the problem of the epilepsies to be very intricate, and the study of abnormalities of cerebral function related to the initiation and… (More)


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