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Organised by waveform features rather than disease, this atlas helps to guide the reader to a diagnosis by essential features of a waveform. The first section takes the reader through the generation of a list of features on the EEG, which is then used to create a rubric for identifying possible diagnoses. The second section is organised alphabetically by general waveform title, referenced to in section one. This section also presents EEG tracings and discusses each waveform's distinguishing features and clinical significance.