Eclectroencephalography

Eclectroencephalography (EEG):
Electrical activity of the brain can be measured by the use of electrodes placed on the scalp – but it is estimated to record only <1% of the brains activity at any one time. Rhythmical waveforms can be detected at many different frequencies.Various diseases can be detected by abnormalities of the EEG. Important in management of epilepsy.

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