Neuropharmacology & Neurotherapeutics
Oct. 15, 2021
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EEG tracings (C4, C3, and O1) show intermixed theta and alpha activities of REM sleep with occasional REMs on electrooculography (L and R.EOG). Chin and limb (tibial) EMG display complete atonia until the end of the episode (right), when the patient regained motion, and some chin and limb EMG activity reappeared. (Contributed by Prof. Pasquale Montagna.)