William Grey Walter, 'The Electro-Encephalogram in Cases of Cerebral Tumour', 1937
- part of archive:
- Papers relating to the clinical and experimental neuroscientific work carried out at the Burden Neurological Institute
- Walter, William Grey
Taken from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, March 1937. Discusses the basics of electroencephalography, alpha and beta waves, the effects of anaesthetics, ether, and barbiturates on E.E.G. readings, and use of E.E.G. to detect and locate cerebral tumours (with patient case histories). Also includes photographs and drawings of machinery, E.E.G. records, and cerebral anatomy. Paper appears to be incomplete.