Letter from George Dawson to William Grey Walter, 26 February 1944
- part of archive:
- Papers relating to the clinical and experimental neuroscientific work carried out at the Burden Neurological Institute
- Dawson, George Duncan
Describes persistent flat top saw tooth motif in readings during myoclonic jerks. Argues that spike polarity may be due to either spread and recession in the frontal electrode or a spread from deep to superficial layers of the brain. Notes that the discharge can move in any plane parallel to the surface.