Atlas of EEG Patterns

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Organized by wave features rather than pattern names, this atlas helps
guide the reader to an EEG interpretation even when the waveform
is unfamiliar. The first section takes the reader through the process
of characterizing EEG waves by their features. The second section
organizes EEG patterns by their features, so provides EEG waveform
differential diagnoses. The third section is organized alphabetically
by pattern name with each pattern described in a way that allows
the reader to distinguish it from similarly appearing patterns. Examples
of the patterns also are provided.

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  • A. L. Hartman

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