Question: Abnormal EEG
fiona.wilkes at speced.sed.mq.edu.au
Mon Mar 10 19:29:33 EST 1997
Knowing little about EEG reports, I was wondering if someone could make
suggestions as to what the following could indicate :
-Post central 9-11CPS alpha of high amplitude occuring in well developed
spindles over both hemispheres and blocks in visual attention.
-Low voltage background fast activity during resting record.
-During resting record and more so on overbreathing, episodic bursts of
bilateral high voltage 3-4CPS slow wave activity coming more prominently
from the left hemisphere
-Photic stimulation evokes no change.
The owner of this EEG has a history of "blackouts", not always losing
consciousness. No drug or alcohol abuse and a normal CT.
What do you think?
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