ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC STUDIES IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING HEAD INJURY

@article{Dow1944ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHICSI,
  title={ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC STUDIES IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING HEAD INJURY},
  author={R. Dow and G. Ulett and J. Raaf},
  journal={American Journal of Psychiatry},
  year={1944},
  volume={101},
  pages={174-183}
}
1. If mild cerebral trauma such as we were investigating produced changes in the electroencephalographic tracing the abnormality disappeared within a period of minutes in the vast majority of cases. 2. Patients who gave a history of amnesia following cerebral trauma, but were clear mentally at the time the EEG was taken, showed only a slight increase in the percentage of abnormal records as compared to the control series. This was true even when the records were taken within a few hours of the… Expand
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