Sleep Disorders Medicine: Basic Science, Technical Considerations, and Clinical Aspects
Sleep Disorders Medicine, Second Edition, is a comprehensive textbook on the fundamental aspects of the science of sleep, the technical methods of recording for diagnosis and classification of sleep disorders, and a clinical approach to patients with sleep complaints. Also emphasized are in-depth descriptions of a variety of sleep disorders and sleep disturbances following neurologic, medical, and psychiatric events. The book uses a multidisciplinary approach and is valued for its manageable size.
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Basic Mechanisms Underlying Control
Neurophysiologic Mechanisms of NonRapid Eye Movement
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