Anticholinergic Drugs and Brain Functions in Animals and Man by P.B. Bradley

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The independent nature of the EEG and the evoked responses seen in this study indicate that different processes or neurons are involved in each phenomenon. The evoked phenomenon is also more specific, being obtained only in certain leads; whereas, an EEG was obtained from all locations of the midbrain. Independent variations between the EEG and evoked responses are also evident in intact a n i m a W . It is possible that the neuroglia contribute significantly to the EEG pattern16, and evoked potentials are specific signals so that, at least under the influence of drugs, they may vary independently.

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