Electroencephalography (EEG) is the recording of electrical activity along
the scalp, and can be used to diagnose epilepsy, sleep disorders, coma, tumours
and stroke. Neuroscience EEG Atlas is a compilation of EEG images, providing
an overview of the fundamentals of electroencephalography for both trainees
and practising neurologists.
The book is divided into ten chapters, covering a range of seizures, encephalitis, dementia, and tremors related to alcoholism.
Neuroscience EEG Atlas covers the full range of common EEG patterns, from common rhythms to rare findings.
This concise guide to electroencephalography is enhanced by nearly 130 images, making it an ideal resource for residents, fellows and consultant neurologists.
- Concise guide to electroencephalography
- Guidance on identifying a range of EEG patterns with confidence
- Includes 129 EEG images
1. Pattern of Artifacts
2. Normal EEG
3. Pediatric EEG
7. Alcoholism with Tremors (Anxiety-Depression, Behavior Problem)
8. Nonepileptiform Discharges
9. Syncopal Attack
10. Space Occupying Lesions
Amitabh Nundy BSc EEGT (Cal)
Department of Neurophysiology, Ruxmaniben Deepchand Gardi Medical College, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India