Advances in EEG

Electroencephalogram (EEG) is the most understood test used as a technique for diagnosing neurological disorders. An electroencephalogram (EEG) can help with indicating mind action suggestive of an expanded danger of seizures. It is suggested for epileptic seizure based on manifestations.

With the approach of electroencephalographic video checking, doctors are currently ready to dependably separate epilepsy from different conditions that can impersonate it, for example, pseudoseizures. Neuroimaging has changed the path of treatment for troublesome epilepsy. Prolonged EEG-video observing is basic in giving data about electro-realistic seizures and seizure semiology (video).The delayed nature of the chronicle permits a more intensive examination of the EEG, consequently improving the probability of catching epileptiform releases. This investigation is likewise helped by the utilization of mechanized spike discovery. All the more imperatively, video checking permits recording of the real occasions for which restorative consideration of epilepsy is looked for.

Neurological Exams: Medical surgeons may check person’s behaviour, motor abilities, mental function and other functions to diagnose the condition and determine the type of disorder that the person may have.

Blood Tests: Medical surgeons may take a blood sample to test for signs of illness, infections, genetic conditions, liver and kidney function, blood glucose levels or other damages of the body that may be associated with brain waves.

  • Electroencephalogram (EEG)
  • EEG-video monitoring
  • Coupling of Awake EEG frequency activity with MRI
  • Brain waves
  • Thunderclap headache
  • Psychosis dimension
  • Pseudoseizures
  • Neurological exam
  • Blood tests
  • Blood glucose levels

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