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Clinical Electroencephalography provides an appraisal of the value of electroencephalography in clinical medicine and a brief exposition of its techniques. The book provides chapters that discuss the recording techniques of electroencephalography; the normal adult EEG; applications of EEG to certain diseases such as epilepsy, cerebral tumors, head injuries and vascular lesions; and the value and limitations of electroencephalography. Physicians, nurses, and medical technicians will find the book invaluable.
1 Recording Techniques
2 Normal Findings
4 Space-Occupying Lesions
5 Head Injuries And Vascular Lesions
6 Infective and Non-Infective Encephalopathies
8 The Value and Limitations of Electroencephalography
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1961
- 1st January 1961
- eBook ISBN:
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