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2007 | 2 | 3 | 346-350
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Sleep evaluation in the symptomatic episode of recurrent hypersomnia

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Recurrent hypersomnia (RH) is a rare disorder characterized by episodes of hypersomnia, variously accompanied by behavioural and cognitive disturbances, compulsive eating behaviour and hypersexuality. Electrophysiologic evaluation of the sleep during symptomatic and asymptomatic periods of RH distinguishes RH from other primary sleep or mental disorders. Unique polysomnographic findings during the hypersomniac attack lasting 96 hours in a 16-year-old boy affected with primary RH are presented in this paper.
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2
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3
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346-350
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1 - 9 - 2007
online
9 - 6 - 2007
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