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The human brain is considered the most interesting part of the body to study. An electroencephalogram is a perfect test for diagnosing some problems that may have a connection with the brain. The quiz below is designed to test...

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    High amplitude slowing can be elicited by ___________ & _____________.

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    The basic unit for measuring current flow is:

Normal Awake Patterns: Adult, Pediatric, Neonate Normal Sleep Patterns: "" Abnormal Patterns: Epileptiform/NonEpileptiform NOrmal Variants: 14/6; Rhythmic Midtemporal discharges, BETS, Wicket, Activations,...

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    Phenytoin (Dilantin) toxicity causes the EEG to show?


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    The smallest particle into which a substance can be divided and still retain its characteristics is the

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    Which is not a variable that needs to be considered in evaluting the EEG

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When is EEG most useful?
EEG is perhaps most useful when it comes to predicting seizure relapse or to diagnose, as well as monitor seizure disorders. However, you may be wondering what EEG actually means, EEG means Electroencephalogram. EEG actually refers to a kind of test
What is a waveform with a frequency above 13Hz called?
The waveform frequency above 13 kHz are called beta waves. These waves are present in all age groups. They have a smaller amplitude but are symmetrical. The waves are influenced by certain drugs which can augment or reduce them. Drugs like barbiturat
What is a waveform with a frequency of 8-13Hz?
1. alpha-alpha waves generally are seen in all age groups but are most common in adults. they occur rhythmically on both sides of the head but are often slightly higher in amplitude on the nondominant side, especially in right-handed individuals. a n