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EEG and serum prolactin studies in relation to transcutaneous stimulation of central motor pathways.
  1. S G Boyd,
  2. L V de Silva

    Abstract

    Eight adult volunteers had EEG recordings and serial serum prolactin estimations performed both before and after a session of transcutaneous stimulation of the central motor pathways using the technique of Merton and Morton. No significant changes in either the EEG traces or in the serum prolactin values were detected.

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