The EEG in chronic alcoholism.

  • B van Sweden
  • Published 1983 in Clinical neurology and neurosurgery


The EEG has only rarely been considered in discussions on psychosis in alcoholism. The main topic of this paper is the question whether the EEG is capable of revealing elements for elucidating the pathophysiology of some of the psychotic conditions or symptoms occurring in alcoholism. Although EEG abnormalities are a-specific in nature and no particular EEG… (More)


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@article{Sweden1983TheEI, title={The EEG in chronic alcoholism.}, author={B van Sweden}, journal={Clinical neurology and neurosurgery}, year={1983}, volume={85 1}, pages={3-20} }