Essentials of Clinical Neurophysiology

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 1993 - Medical - 306 pages
This text covers the basics of normal and abnormal neurologic function and provides complete clinical guidance on performing and interpreting today's full range of diagnostic studies, including EEG, EMG, NCS, EP, and sleep studies. The 3rd Edition includes a CD-ROM with all the contents of the book in HTML format step-by-step instructions for various techniques, accompanied by videos, photographs, and diagrams (including details on electrode placement and arrays) technical details about the equipment mathematical derivations of the formulae in the text additional sample recordings with expert interpretations and questions and answers for self-assessment.

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Contents

Interface
46
Electroencephalography
57
Technical Requirements
66
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Misulis is Neurologist, Serrumes-Murphy Neurologic and Spine Institute, Jackson, Tennessee; Associate Clinical Professor of Neurology, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee.

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