Electrophysiological techniques in the assessment of aging brain: lacunar state and differential diagnosis.

Abstract

The authors briefly describe EEG, stimulus and event-related potential findings in two main subtypes of dementia (senile dementia of the Alzheimer type and multi-infarct dementia with lacunar state), suggesting the proper use of these electrophysiological techniques in the differential diagnosis and management of patients.

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@article{Onofrij1989ElectrophysiologicalTI, title={Electrophysiological techniques in the assessment of aging brain: lacunar state and differential diagnosis.}, author={M Onofrij and Domenico Gambi and Goffredo Malatesta and Franco Ferracci and Tommaso Fulgente}, journal={European neurology}, year={1989}, volume={29 Suppl 2}, pages={44-7} }