Frontal spindle activity that appears in conjunction with nontraumatic diffuse encephalopathy.

Abstract

This peculiar 11-14 Hz spindle activity appears predominantly in the frontal area, and was observed in eight patients with impaired consciousness caused by nontraumatic diffuse encephalopathy. Characteristic of this frontal spindle activity is its transience and accordance with changes in the arousal level of the patient. When the degree of impaired… (More)

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@article{Okada1992FrontalSA, title={Frontal spindle activity that appears in conjunction with nontraumatic diffuse encephalopathy.}, author={Shuichi Okada and Ryuji Inoue}, journal={Clinical EEG}, year={1992}, volume={23 4}, pages={196-202} }