Niedermeyer died on April 5, after nearly 2 years with colon cancer, borne with grace and faith, but with pain in the final weeks. His teaching and
lectures, his interests in clinical electroencephalography in general and in electroencephalographers and neurodiagnostic technologists
in particular, and his over 240 publications, including the
textbook he edited for many years and through many editions,
Electroencephalography — Basic Principles, Clinical Applications
and Related Fields, made him perhaps the most famous electroencephalographer
in the world.
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