The electroencephalogram in Alzheimer-type dementia. A sequential study correlating the electroencephalogram with psychometric and quantitative pathologic data.

@article{RaeGrant1987TheEI,
  title={The electroencephalogram in Alzheimer-type dementia. A sequential study correlating the electroencephalogram with psychometric and quantitative pathologic data.},
  author={Alexander D. Rae-Grant and Warren Thomas Blume and Ching Man Lau and Vladimir Hachinski and M Fisman and Harold Merskey},
  journal={Archives of neurology},
  year={1987},
  volume={44 1},
  pages={50-4}
}
As part of a longitudinal cohort study of dementia, 139 patients with Alzheimer's disease (dementia of the Alzheimer type, senile dementia of the Alzheimer type, and mixed type [ischemic score, 4 to 7]) and 148 age-matched control subjects were evaluated for electroencephalographic (EEG) abnormalities and their evolution. Electroencephalograms were significantly different in the two groups; EEGs worsened overall in the two groups during a period of one to four years, but most subjects showed no… CONTINUE READING