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Electroencephalographic Examination in the XYY Syndrome and in Klinefelter's Syndrome

  • Johannes Nielsen (a1) and Takayuki Tsuboi (a1)

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Previous electroencephalographic studies of persons with sex chromosome aberrations have indicated that there might be more electroencephalographic aberrations in males with double Y and double X than in the general population. A survey of these studies has recently been made by Fenton et al. (1971).

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Fenton, G. W., Tennent, T. G., Comish, K. A. & Rattray, N. (1971) The EEG and sex chromosome abnormalities. Brit. J. Psychiat., 119, 185—90.
Petersen, I. & Eeg-Olofsson, O. (1971) The development of the electroencephalogram in normal children from the age of 1 through 15 years. Neuropädiatrie, 2, 247304.

Electroencephalographic Examination in the XYY Syndrome and in Klinefelter's Syndrome

  • Johannes Nielsen (a1) and Takayuki Tsuboi (a1)

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Electroencephalographic Examination in the XYY Syndrome and in Klinefelter's Syndrome

  • Johannes Nielsen (a1) and Takayuki Tsuboi (a1)
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