The adverse influence on index of residual peak of EEG coherence and transfer function
Feng Genquan, et al
The authors examined the "residual peak of EEG coherence and transfer function" in 100 normals, 52 epileptics and 57 sequeles of concussion. The positive frequency result found in normals was 19% and that in the patients was 50-65%. The differences between the two groups were statistically significant(by x~2 test, P0.05). The results showed that the index developed by us (i. e. the "residual peak of EEG coherence and transfer function") are able to reflect the dysfunction of the brain and could be applied for the diagnosis either in the clinic use or in the environmental medicine.