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Question sawtooth waves are observed on EEG tracing

A 40-year-old man with sleep apnea participates in a sleep study.
During his evaluation, normal sawtooth waves are observed on his EEG tracing. This pattern is associated with which period of sleep?
A. REM
B. Stage 1
C. Stage 2
D. Stage 3
E. Stage 4

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A 40-year-old man with sleep apnea participates in a sleep study.
During his evaluation, normal sawtooth waves are observed on his EEG tracing. This pattern is associated with which period of sleep?
A. REM
B. Stage 1
C. Stage 2
D. Stage 3
E. Stage 4

A. REM sleep?
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