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Rett syndrome: EEG showing rhythmic theta

This EEG shows rhythmic theta activity or slowing that is commonly seen in patients with Rett syndrome. Some believe this finding is due to episodic hyperventilation. (Contributed by Dr. Anita Datta.)

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