Decreased theta oscillation during visual oddball task in patients with restless legs syndrome
- Lee, G.T.; Koo, Y.S.; Ko, D.; Kim, K.H.; Im, C.H.; Jung, Ki-Young
- Issue Date
- 29th International Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology, p. S125
- Objectives: Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a sensorimotor neurological disorder, in which the primary symptom is a compelling urge to move the legs. It is reported that RLS patients show cognitive deficits. It has been proposed that cognitive process is accompanied by theta oscillation. Thus, we hypothesized that theta oscillation should be decreased in patients with RLS compared with healthy controls.
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