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Electroencephalography by Jeffrey W. Britton, et al.

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Electroencephalography
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Publisher: American Epilepsy Society
ISBN-13: 9780997975604
Number of pages: 96

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The EEG is an electrophysiological technique for the recording of electrical activity arising from the human brain. Given its exquisite temporal sensitivity, the main utility of EEG is in the evaluation of dynamic cerebral functioning. EEG is particularly useful for evaluating patients with suspected seizures, epilepsy, and unusual spells.

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