The thoroughly updated Second Edition of this atlas is an indispensable reference for anyone performing or interpreting pediatric EEGs. It contains more than 300 illustrations--over 100 new to this edition--depicting normal and abnormal EEG tracings from infants, children, and adolescents. Succinct legends highlight the distinguishing features of each pattern and the clinical significance of abnormalities. This edition includes the latest advances in EEG and the full spectra of disorders requiring EEG for diagnosis and management.The extensive section on normal EEGs--grouped into awake, drowsy, sleep, and arousal--will sharpen the reader's concept of the limits of normality in each age group. Abnormal EEGs are grouped into epileptiform and nonepileptiform patterns. The authors present both typical and atypical examples of common and difficult-to-recognize abnormalities. The book also includes critical discussions of the role of EEG in diagnosis and management of specific disorders. The final chapter is a concise guide to recording technique.
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Titolo: Atlas of Pediatric Electroencephalography
Editore: Lippincott Williams
Edizione: II 1999
Finitura: Copertina rigida