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Recommendations for the practice of clinical neurophysiology : guidelines…

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This volume is a state-of-the-art summary of all the established techniques of clinical neurophysiology. It covers all the technical aspects and the relevant information for the application of these techniques in a clinical setting. An excellent book, there is no other comparable work available on the market. The authors are top scientists representing their respective fields in the international scientific community. Included are lucid reports on technical standards and applications of electromyography, evoked potentials, motor evoked potentials, reflex tests and tests of autonomic functions in clinical neurophysiology, and electrooculography. Setting the standards for the clinical routine and applications in neurology, psychiatry and child neurology, it should have a place on the bookshelves of physicians and technicians in clinical neurophysiology.

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