Technical Aspects

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Türkdoğan D.

Practical Guide on ELectropysiology , Gülseren Akyüz,Tülin Tanrıdağ,Dilşad Türkdoğan,Hakan GÜndüz, Editör, Güneş Kitabevi, Ankara, ss.407-421, 2010

  • Basım Tarihi: 2010
  • Yayınevi: Güneş Kitabevi
  • Basıldığı Şehir: Ankara
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.407-421
  • Editörler: Gülseren Akyüz,Tülin Tanrıdağ,Dilşad Türkdoğan,Hakan GÜndüz, Editör


Electroencephalography (EEG) enables clinicians to study and analyze electrical fields of brain activity by recording amplified voltage differences between electrodes placed on the scalp, directly over the cortex (e.g., with subdural electrodes), or within the brain (with depth electrodes). For each electrical field, the clinician attempts to determine the nature, location, and configuration of the generator of EEG patterns and whether they are normal or abnormal. The clinical interpretation of the EEG findings must correspond to the patient’s symptoms, findings on physical examination, and results of other investigations, such as brain imaging.