Spectral power and coherence analysis of sleep EEG in AIDS patients: decrease in interhemispheric coherence.

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Fifteen patients aged between 26 and 55 years with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and various cerebral manifestations of the disease underwent an all-night sleep electroencephalogram (EEG) registration. The recordings of 15 age-matched volunteers were examined as controls. Sleep stages were determined visually and the following spectral… (More)

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@article{Terstegge1993SpectralPA, title={Spectral power and coherence analysis of sleep EEG in AIDS patients: decrease in interhemispheric coherence.}, author={Klaus Terstegge and H. E. Henkes and W. Scheuler and Mads Hansen and Bernhard Ruf and Shelby L. Kubicki}, journal={Sleep}, year={1993}, volume={16 2}, pages={137-45} }