This is an up-to-date, practical primer for neurologists, neurology residents, EEG technicians and researchers in the neurosciences and behavioral sciences. The authors place great importance on logical organization, simplicity, and clinically useful illustrations, so that the text is easy to read and understand. Basic knowledge concerning theory and origin of the EEG as well as information essential for understanding the scientific basis of recording and interpretation are included. In addition, there are chapters dealing with special topics such as evoked potentials, seizure monitoring and ambulatory EEGs, and electrical safety. A unique feature is the chapter dealing with standards and practices for brain electrical activity mapping and topographic analysis. For EEG technicians this volume can serve as a handbook; for neurology residents and fellows it is an excellent basic text on EEG reading and interpretation.This is an up-to-date, practical primer for neurologists, neurology residents, EEG technicians and researchers in the neurosciences and behavioral sciences.
|Title||:||Clinical electroencephalography and topographic brain mapping|
|Author||:||Frank H. Duffy, Vasudeva G. Iyer, Walter W. Surwillo|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 1989|