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Increased slow wave sleep in a hypopituitary dwarf.
  1. W. P. Tormey,
  2. A. S. Darragh


    The main features of the nocturnal EEG of a dwarf with evidence of hypothalamic disease were an increase in slow wave sleep (SWS), a reduction in stage 2 and no alteration in total rapid eye movement. Administration of growth hormone caused a further increase in SWS time.

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