Intravascular intracranial EEG recording

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Richard D. Penn Neurological Institute, Columbia University, and Riverside Research Institute, New York, New York

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✓ Spontaneous and evoked electrical activity from the basal and medial areas of the brain not accessible in routine electroencephalography (EEG) has been recorded with single and bipolar electrodes in intracranial vessels of baboons. The report also demonstrates intracranial intravascular EEG recording in man.

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