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Sport-Related Concussions and Resting Stage Electroencephalography

Injuries related to sports are unfortunately common. This is certainly true when it comes to contact sports, and one of the most problematic types of injuries reported are head ...

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Topics: Epilepsy Research, Epilepsy Treatment, EEGs and Athletes, EEGs

How Important Is EEG in Diagnosis and Management of Patients With Acute Impairment of Consciousness?

With new technologies having come into prominence in recent years for neuroimaging, the importance of the electroencephalogram, or EEG, seems to have fallen by the wayside. Many ...

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Topics: Epilepsy Research, EEGs

Brain Waves May Predict and Potentially Prevent Epilepsy

Late last year, Israeli scientists at Ben Gurion University released a report explaining how they had discovered "biomarkers" that may make it possible to predict and ...

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Topics: EEGs, Traumatic Brain Injury, Post Injury Epilepsy, Biomarkers, Brain wave patterns

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