Sleep and Epilepsy: The Clinical Spectrum
Carl W. Bazil, Beth A. Malow, Michele R. Sammaritano
Elsevier, 2002 - Medical - 390 pages
With recent advances in epilepsy research, the availability of more modern techniques (particularly digital sleep and EEG recordings), and the acceptance of this specialty as a significant area for both clinicians and for basic research scientists, this is the appropriate time for a comprehensive textbook. The full impact of the sleep-epilepsy field, for both clinicians and basic research scientists, is given in this book. This edition contains up-to-date, important and relevant information that may be incorporated into the clinical daily practice of both epilepsy and sleep disorders.
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