What is an Electroencephalography or EEG?
Electroencephalography, also called EEG, is a test used to evaluate the electrical activity of the brain. This involves placing several wires on the head and recording the natural electrical impulses the brain is producing.
By examining these impulses, we can determine if someone is prone to seizures or has underlying brain pathology. This study is often used to assist in managing treatment for someone with epilepsy and in evaluating those with recurrent episodes of passing out.
Unlike other tests, EEG does require some preparation.
For a Routine EEG
For a Sleep Deprived EEG
For Video Ambulatory EEG
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