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Vol 9, No 2 (2017) PATHOLOGICAL SIGNS OF EPILEPTIC AND NON-EPILEPTIC ORIGIN DETECTED IN AWAKE/SLEEP EEG PATTERNS DURING OUTPATIENT AND INPATIENT MONITORING: PROBLEMS OF INTERPRETATION Abstract  similar documents
V. V. Gnezditskiy, O. S. Korepina, V. A. Karlov, G. B. Novoselova
"... The aims of this study were: (a) to elucidate the role of prolonged computerized EEG in assessing ..."
 
Vol 8, No 1 (2016) EEG AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL (P300) IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH APHASIA AND EPILEPSY AFTER STROKE Abstract  similar documents
V. V. Gnezditskiy, O. S. Korepina, V. A. Karlov, E. E. Koshyrnikova, A. V. Chatskaya
"... Objective. We assessed the changes in EEG and event-related potential (P300) in elderly patients ..."
 
Vol 6, No 4 (2014) EXPERIENCE OF LONG TERM EEG AND ECG MONITORING IN THE DIAGNOSTIC OF PAROXYSMAL EVENTS EPILEPTIC AND NON EPILEPTICS SEIZURES Abstract  similar documents
V. V. Gnezditskiy, V. A. Karlov, O. S. Korepina, A. A. Skomarohov
"... Abstract: ambulatory or Holter EEG (AMEEG) are the prolonged record EEG and number of polygraphist ..."
 
Vol 3, No 4 (2011) DEREALIZATION DISORDERS IN EPILEPSY Abstract  similar documents
P. N. Vlasov, A. V. Chervyakov, G. R. Drozzhina, M. V. Antonyuk, N. V. Orekhova, V. V. Gnezditsky, T. Yu. Noskova, P. A. Fedin
"... hours) ambulatory EEG monitoring was conducted. Results: the same frequency of DV in patients ..."
 
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