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Clinical neurophysiology

Clinical neurophysiology is a medical speciality that tries to study the central and peripheral nervous systems by the registration of bioelectrical activity, spontaneos or stimulated.

In some countries it is a part of neurology, and in others (Spain, Italy, Great Britain, Finland, for example) it is an autonomous field.

Its main parts are:

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