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Electroencephalography (EEG)

Electroencephalography (EEG) - method to record activity of the brain, is based on cumulative registration electrobiologial activity of the brain areas, zones and lobes. The most important usage of EEG is registration of epileptic patients.

 EEG is one of the most important and often the only neurologic outpatient examination, which is carried out in the presence epileptic seizures. First of all, EEG helps to distinguish epileptic seizure from other types of spells, and to classify them.

With EEG it is possible to localize the region of brain from which a seizure originates, to monitor the dynamics of drugs effect, to decide an issue of drug therapy termination, and also to identify the extent of the brain disorder during the stroke-free periods.

Examination purposes:

·         Seizure pattern detection and type of epileptic seizures identification.

·         Intracranial lesion diagnosis (abscess, tumors).

·         Electrical activity of the brain assessment  in cases of metabolic diseases, brain ischemia, brain injuries, meningitis, encephalitis, mental disorder, mental illnesses and different drugs therapy.

·         Degree of the brain activity assessment, brain drowning diagnosis.

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