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Seizures

practice for EEG registry

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What EEG finding in a neonate is highly suggestive of a focal lesion, such as a neonatal stroke of cerebral dysgenesis? Unilateral seizure.
What EEG finding is most often associated with early infantile epileptic encephalopathy (EIEE)? burst suppression.
What EEG finding is most often associated with infantile spasms? Hypsarrhythmia.
What EEG finding is most often associated with lennox-Gastaut syndrome 1 to 2.5/sec spike and wave complexes; aka slow spike and wave.
What EEG finding is most often associated with childhood absence epilepsy? Generalized 3 hz spike and wave.
What interictal EEG findings most are often associated with generalized with generalized tonic-clonic seizures? generalized multiple spike-wave bursts; photoparoxysmal response
What EEG finding is most often associated with benign rolandic epilepsy? central and temporal sharp waves that often have opposite polarity; a dipole is present.
What EEG finding is most often associated with benign occipital epilepsy? Occipital sharp waves
What EEG finding is most often seen during an infantile spasm? relative flattening (electrodecremental response during the clinical seizure.
What is the usual age of onset for childhood absence epilepsy? between 4 and 8 years
What EEG finding is most often associated with Acquired Epileptic Aphasia or Landau-Kleffner Syndrome? Electrical status epilepticus of sleep (ESES)
What is the duration of a sharp wave? 70 to 200 msec
What is the duration of a spike? less than 70 msec
Temporal intermittent rhythmic delta activity (TIRDA) is associated with what clinical finding? temporal lobe epilepsy.
What EEG finding is most often associated with juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME)? 4 to 5 hz generalized spike-wave discharges and high voltage polyspikes in sleep.
List LennoxiGastaut triad mixed seizures including atypical absence seizures, atonic seizures, tonic seizures and myoclonic seizures. cognitive dysfunction. Slow spike and wave pattern at 2 to 2.5 hz on the EEG.
Created by: moeegtech