Clinical Electroencephalography by L. G. Kiloh, A. J. McComas, J. W. Osselton

By L. G. Kiloh, A. J. McComas, J. W. Osselton

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The implication of such a finding is that the origin of the discharge lies perpendicularly below the site of the electrode. However, no indication is given as to its depth. When a circumscribed discharge occurs midway between two electrodes, each will be affected equally by it ; the electrodes are said to be equipotential. If these form part of a bipolar linkage, the channel connected between them will show no evidence of the discharge having occurred; the channel is said to be isoelectric. 5 in which the anterior and midtemporal electrodes are almost equipotential with respect to the sharp and slow wave complex.

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