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Atlas of EEG Patterns.




Atlas of EEG patterns.

Stern, John M.

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, [c]2005

307 p.


This volume begins with a basic review of the fundamentals of EEGs, but it is intended for readers who have a full understanding of descriptions of EEG patterns, as well as an understanding of the physical principles behind them. Stern (neurology, Geffen School of Medicine at the U. of California, LA) begins with instructions on the use of the book, a categorization of EEGs by pattern features, and then presents graphs and discussion of almost 30 different EEG patterns.
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