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Cerebrovascular

practice for EEG registry

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What EEG finding is most often associated with locked-in syndrome? Normal awake and sleep patterns
What EEG pattern is often seen following an acute cerebrovascular accident (cva)? periodic lateralized epileptiform discharges (PLEDS)
What EEG finding is most often associated with infarction within the territory of the posterior cerebral artery? loss or decrease of alpha rhythm on the side of the stroke along with focal slowing in the posterior temporal, parietal and occipital regions.
what EEG findings is most often associated with metabolic, especially hepatic and encephalopathy? triphasic waves
What EEG finding is most often associated with subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE)? Bilaterally symmetric and synchronous, high amplitude, periodic bursts every 4-10 seconds.
What EEG finding is most often associated with herpes simplex encephalitis (HSE)? focal temporal or frontotemporal spikes or sharp waves that can be unilateral or bilateral usually occurring periodically a a rate of 1 every 1 to 5 seconds.
What EEG finding is most often associated with severe anoxic encephalopathy? burst suppression that may or may not be associated with clinical myoclonic jerks.
What EEG finding is most often associated with Creutzfeld-Jakob disease Initially the EEG shows slower than normal activity with loss of normal background. With disease progression burst of moderate voltage biphasic and triphasic sharp waves at intervals of 2 to 1 or less than 1 per second.
Created by: moeegtech