Zusammenfassung

Bewußtseinsstörungen an komatösen Patienten sind mit Änderungen im spontanen EEG (Carrol u. Mastaglia 1979; Rumpl et al. 1979) und bei den evozierten Potentialen verbunden (Lindsay et al. 1981; Greenberg et al. 1977 b; Arfel et al. 1968; Pfurtscheller u. Schwarz 1983; Götte et al. 1973).

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