Transient short free running circadian rhythm in a case of aneurysm near the suprachiasmatic nuclei.

Abstract

A free running circadian rest-activity cycle is rare in sighted individuals living in a normal environment. Even more rare is a periodicity shorter than 24 hours, as observed in actigraphic recordings in a female patient during convalescence after a whiplash injury in a car accident. The documented free running period was 22.5 hours for 19 days. During the… (More)

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