Electrooculogram and submandibular montage to distinguish different eye, eyelid, and tongue movements in electroencephalographic studies.

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Summary of "Electrooculogram and submandibular montage to distinguish different eye, eyelid, and tongue movements in electroencephalographic studies."

We propose an electrooculogram and submandibular montage that helps to discriminate eye/eyelid/tongue movements and to differentiate them from epileptiform activity or slowing on electroencephalography (EEG).


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Name: Clinical neurophysiology : official journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology
ISSN: 1872-8952
Pages: 2380-2391


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