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Electroencephalography : Basic Principles, Clinical Applications, and Related Fields

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ISBN-10: 0683065114

ISBN-13: 9780683065114

Edition: 3rd 1993 (Revised)

Authors: Ernst Niedermeyer, Fernando L. Da Silva

List price: $189.00
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Established in 1982 as the leading reference on electroencephalography, Drs. Niedermeyer's and Lopes da Silva's text is now in its thoroughly updated Fifth Edition. An international group of experts provides comprehensive coverage of the neurophysiologic and technical aspects of EEG, evoked potentials, and magnetoencephalography, as well as the clinical applications of these studies in neonates, infants, children, adults, and older adults. This edition includes digital EEG and advances in areas such as neurocognition. Three new chapters cover the topics of Ultra-Fast EEG Frequencies, Ultra-Slow Activity, and Cortico-Muscular Coherence. Hundreds of EEG tracings and other illustrations…    
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List price: $189.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1189
Language: English

Historical aspectsp. 1
Introduction to the neurophysiological basis of the EEG and DC potentialsp. 17
Cellular substrates of brain rhythmsp. 31
Dynamics of EEGs as signals of neuronal populations : models and theoretical considerationsp. 85
Biophysical aspects of EEG and magnetoencephalogram generationp. 107
Technological basis of EEG recordingp. 127
EEG recording and operation of the apparatusp. 139
The EEG signal : polarity and field determinationp. 161
The normal EEG of the waking adultp. 167
Sleep and EEGp. 193
Maturation of the EEG : development of waking and sleep patternsp. 209
Nonspecific abnormal EEG patternsp. 235
Abnormal EEG patterns : epileptic and paroxysmalp. 255
Activation methodsp. 281
Brain tumors and other space-occupying lesionsp. 305
The EEG in cerebral inflammatory processesp. 323
Cerebrovascular disorders and EEGp. 339
EEG and dementiap. 363
Degenerative disorders of the central nervous systemp. 379
The EEG in infantile brain damage, cerebral palsy, and minor cerebral dysfunctions of childhoodp. 403
Craniocerebral traumap. 415
Metabolic central nervous system disordersp. 439
Cerebral anoxiap. 455
Coma and brain deathp. 471
Infraslow EEG activityp. 489
Ultrafast EEG activitiesp. 495
Epileptic seizure disordersp. 505
Nonepileptic attacksp. 621
The EEG in patients with migraine and other forms of headachep. 631
Psychiatric disorders and EEGp. 639
Neurocognitive functions and the EEGp. 661
EEG in aviation, space exploration, and divingp. 683
EEG and neuropharmacologyp. 689
EEG, drug effects, and central nervous system poisoningp. 701
Nasopharyngeal, sphenoidal, and other electrodesp. 725
Depth electroencephalographyp. 733
Stereoelectroencephalography and foramen ovale electrode recordingp. 749
Electrocorticographyp. 769
Subdural electrodesp. 777
Principles of computerized epilepsy monitoringp. 791
Digital EEGp. 797
EEG monitoring during carotid endarterectomy and open heart surgeryp. 815
EEG source localization (model-dependent and model-independent methods)p. 829
Spinal cord monitoringp. 845
Transcranial electrical and magnetic stimulationp. 857
Corticomuscular and intermuscular frequency analysis : physiological principles and applications in disorders of the motor systemp. 881
Polygraphyp. 891
Polysomnography : principles and applications in sleep and arousal disordersp. 899
Electroencephalography of the newborn : normal and abnormal featuresp. 937
Event-related potentials : methodology and quantificationp. 991
EEG event-related desynchronization (ERD) and event-related synchronization (ERS)p. 1003
Visual evoked potentials and electroretinogramsp. 1017
Auditory evoked potentialsp. 1045
Somatosensory evoked potentials : normal responses, abnormal waveforms, and clinical applications in neurological diseasesp. 1067
Evoked potentials in infancy and childhoodp. 1121
EEG and evoked potentials in neuroanesthesia, intraoperative neurological monitoring, and neurointensive carep. 1137
Magnetoencephalography in clinical neurophysiological assessment of human cortical functionsp. 1165
EEG analysis : theory and practicep. 1199
Computer-assisted EEG diagnosis : pattern recognition and brain mappingp. 1233
EEG-based brain-computer interfacesp. 1265
Multimodal monitoring of EEG and evoked potentialsp. 1273
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