Niedermeyer's Electroencephalography: Basic Principles, Clinical Applications, and Related Fields

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Donald L. Schomer, F. H. Lopes da Silva
Oxford University Press, 2018 - Medical - 1264 pages
Niedermeyer's Electroencephalography: Basic Principles, Clinical Applications, and Related Fields, Seventh Edition keeps the clinical neurophysiologist on the forefront of medical advancements. This authoritative text covers basic neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, and neuroimaging to provide a better understanding of clinical neurophysiological findings. This edition further delves into current state-of-the-art recording EEG activity both in the normal clinical environment and unique situations such as the intensive care unit, operating rooms, and epilepsy monitoring suites. As computer technology evolves, so does the integration of analytical methods that significantly affect the reader's interpretations of waveforms and trends that are occurring on long-term monitoring sessions.

Compiled and edited by Donald L. Schomer and Fernando H. Lopes da Silva, along with a global team of experts, they collectively bring insight to crucial sections including basic principles of EEG and MEG, normal EEG, EEG in a clinical setting, clinical EEG in seizures and epilepsy, complementary and special techniques, event-related EEG phenomena, and shed light on the future of EEG and clinical neurophysiology. Akin to an encyclopedia of everything EEG, this comprehensive work is perfect for neurophysiology fellows, as well as neurology, neurosurgery, and general medical residents, and for the interns and medical students, and is a one-stop-shop for anyone training in EEG or preparing for neurophysiology or epilepsy board exams.

 

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Contents

Part II Normal EEG
165
General Topics
317
Part IV Clinical EEG in the Evaluation of Seizures Epilepsy Acute Brain Insults and Related Disorders
467
Part V Complementary and Special Techniques
721
Part VI Evoked Potentials and EventRelated EEG Phenomena
997
Part VII New Frontiers in Clinical NeurophysiologyEEG
1105
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Donald L. Schomer received his MD degree from the University of Michigan in 1972. He joined the Department of Neurology at Beth Israel Hospital/Harvard University in 1980 and is Full Professor at Harvard University. He developed the Comprehensive Epilepsy Program and the Laboratory of Clinical Neurophysiology at BIDMC. He received the "Distinguished Life-time Achievement" awards from both the American Epilepsy Society and the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society and now serves as the Associate Editor for the Annals of Neurology for matters related to either epilepsy or central neurophysiology.

Fernando H. Lopes da Silva received his MD from the University of Lisbon and PhD from the University of Utrecht in 1970. In 1980, he moved to the University of Amsterdam as Full Professor of Physiology and Head of the Centre of Neurosciences of the Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences. He holds several Honoris Causa degrees, and a knighthood of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

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