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Search Results 21-30 of 33 for Epilepsy

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  1. A Study to Evaluate Radio Signal Characterization of Seizures

    Rochester, MN

  2. Human Blood and Tissues Repository for Neuroscience Research

    Jacksonville, FL

  3. Functional Brain Mapping by Means of Communication Practices

    Rochester, MN

  4. Multiscale EEG Dynamics

    Rochester, MN

  5. A Study to Establish an Enterprise Neurosurgery Biobank

    Rochester, MN

  6. A Study to Evaluate Biomarker Target Stimulation

    Rochester, MN

  7. A Study to Assess Peripherally Circulating Plasma Proteins and Clinical Risks to Differentiate Epileptic Seizure from Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizure

    Rochester, MN

  8. A Study to Review Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Patients with Epilepsy

    Rochester, MN

  9. A Study of Multicenter Outcomes in Pediatric Status Epilepticus

    Rochester, MN

  10. Is physical exercise associated with significant changes in the frequency or burden of spikes on EEG in children with epilepsy?

    Rochester, MN


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