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Share Email Print Feedback Close. Answer See the list below: Spindles are groups of waves that occur during many sleep stages but especially in stage 2.
They have frequencies in the upper levels of alpha or lower levels of beta. They usually are symmetric and are most obvious in the parasagittal regions.
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What is new in this edition:. His main research topics are juvenile myoclonic epilepsy, benign epilepsy with centro-temporal spikes, psychosis and epilepsy, and antiepileptic drug pharmacology.
This unit is designed for the management of children and adults with resistant epilepsy. Her main research topics are sleep and epilepsy, the physiopathology of medial temporal lobe epilepsies, and antiepileptic drug pharmacology. Dr Crespel has published articles in international journals and has contributed chapters for books on these topics. Book review from Prof.
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