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- abbr. electroencephalogram
- abbr. electroencephalograph
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- n. a graphical record of electrical activity of the brain; produced by an electroencephalograph
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Video EEG is performed in the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU) to aid the diagnosis of seizures and record brain activity in patients with know epilepsy to guide treatment.
In addition, specific brain EEG changes that occur after sleep deprivation were returned to the non-sleep-deprived state in the CX717 group, but not in the control group.
One of the particular drawbacks to the use of the EEG is that nearby electrodes record approximately the same EEG activity, so the gain from employing multiple measurements is limited.
4 This refers to the EEG correlation experiment published in Science in 1965, as discussed later.
Exactly what you said, researchers at the University of Wisconsin took two relatively well known and easily defined technologies, Twitter and what is known as EEG - electroencephalogram.
The most prominent technique among the emerging neurotechnologies is known as EEG feedback, or neurofeedback.
He probably got an EEG, which is monitoring the electrical activity of his brain.
If I wanted to get more information, I would like to know the status of his EEG, for example, that's EEG, which is measuring the electrical activity in his brain.
For one, his career has revolved increasingly around training athletes to use the technology, primarily using a Peak Achievement Trainer device made by a company called EEG Spectrum.
Neither skull x-rays nor an EEG is a useful pretreatment screening test.