Advances in Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery: by Prof. Dr. L. Leksell (auth.), F. John Gillingham, E. R.

By Prof. Dr. L. Leksell (auth.), F. John Gillingham, E. R. Hitchcock, J. W. Turner (eds.)

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Epilepsy. ) synchronous potentials following each stimuli are gradually decreasing and than disappearing. Only the rebound electrical activity is present. 0 millivolt) tremor-like activity by peripheral reflex or electrical stimuli. Through stimulation, under the drive of the chosen target primarily of the ventrolateral nucleus the spinal interneuronal motor system becomes unbalanced and from the continous electrical activity of the muscle grouped, tremor-like activity develops. How in the case of parkinsonian tremor this balance becomes disturbed is not quite clear as yet.

Int. Soc. Res. Stereoencephalotomy, New York, 1969. Confin. Neurol. 32, 71-7S. 9. , Dierssen, G. (1965), Observations on the treatment of intcntional and postural tremor by subcortical stereotaxic lesions. 2nd Int. Symp. Stereoencephalotomy, Copenhagen, 1965. Confin. Neurol. 26, 250-253. 10. Rudolf, N. de M. (1969), Somatic representation in the human thalamus. EEG clin. Neurophysiol. 27, 709. Authors' address: Dr. N. de M. Rudolf, Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, Charing Cross Hospital, London, W 6 SRF, England.

05 m/sec, 30 V), with a double stimulus of 2 millisec interval. The motor responses are seen earlier than on the Fig. 4, but in fact they are the same. The change of the functionally active part of the evokedpotentials are clearly shown on raising the frequency of stimulation. 05 millivolt) for cerebral activity (15 microvolt) and intensity of these periods may change within certain limits depending on the grade of innervation and on the parameters of stimulation. The constant part of responses is within 60-120 m/sec, 1 cps.

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