Tag Archives: Neurophysiology

An Online Atlas of Adult Electroencephalography

Cruising the neurological corridors of the web this afternoon, I stumbled upon a promising resource for those learning EEG. It’s an online atlas created by Dr. David Strayhorn, an epileptologist in Maryland. The site is really well-organized, with an alphabetical … Continue reading

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Myoclonus Status Epilepticus and Post-Anoxic Coma Prognosis

We went around and around the other day at morning report regarding the definition of myoclonus status epilepticus. Here’s what I found in the prognostication literature: In the 2006 AAN practice parameter, they defined it as “spontaneous, repetitive, unrelenting, generalized multifocal … Continue reading

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Generalized Periodic Discharges

It seems that stroke isn’t the only neurological subspecialty developing technologies that we don’t exactly know how to apply in practice. In this week’s Green Journal, Foreman, et al. published a very interesting study of critically ill patients undergoing continuous EEG. … Continue reading

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