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This clinical atlas consists of both a DVD and companion text that cover basic classifications and definitions of seizures and epilepsy, EEG technology and clinical EEG before proceeding to the key content of EEG traces and video samples.

The DVD allows you to view the EEG tracing in action, with a side-by-side video of a patient during the ictal phase. The accompanying text concisely covers the key principles, scope, limitations, diagnostic importance, and prognostic relevance for each interpretation.

  • DVD allows viewing of EEG tracing in action - during the seizure - alongside video of patient during inter-ictal phase (while seizure is occurring)
  • Adult and pediatric patients
  • Emphasizes the clinical applications of EEG and its diagnostic capabilities.
  • Edited and written by experts who discuss the principles, scope, limitations, diagnostic importance, prognostic relevance, and complications for each interpretation
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780750675130
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 10/26/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 7.80 (w) x 10.40 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

DVD DISK CONTENTS:

Introduction

Seizures and Epilepsy

Definitions

Classifications

Glossary of Seizure Signs and Symptoms (linked to video examples)

Classifications of Seizures (linked to video and EEG examples)

Classifications of Epilepsies

Differential Diagnosis (linked to Video and EEG examples)

Semiology of Temporal Lobe Epilepsies

Semiology of Frontal Lobe Epilepsies

Semiology of Parietal and Occipital Lobe Epilepsies

Semiology of Other Seizure Types and Syndromes

Semiology of Generalized Seizure Types

Role of EEG in Diagnosis and Management

Routine EEG

EEG-video Monitoring (other indications for EEG; most appropriate EEG and EEG
monitoring studies)

EEG Technology

Electrodes

Digital EEG Machines

Amplifiers

Filters

Technical Standards

Electrode Placement – Nomenclature

Scalp and Sphenoidal

Montages

Localization

Invasive and Semi-Invasive Electrodes

I. Clinical EEG

The normal adult EEG

Artifacts

Abnormalities

Non-Epileptiform

Slow Abnormalities

Focal

Generalized

Amplitude Abnormalities

Focal

Generalized

Periodic Patterns

EEG in Coma and Electrocerebral Silence

Other Non-Epileptic Abnormalities

Benign Variants

Interictal epileptiform

Focal

Generalized

Electrographic Seizures

Ictal Patterns

* Ictal Patterns
* Ictal Onset
* Ictal Evolution
* Seizure Termination
* Guidelines for Identification of Seizure Discharges

Specific Seizure Types

Focal

* Temporal
* Frontal
* Parietal
* Occipital
* Secondarily Generalized

Generalized

* Generalized Absence
* Generalized Myoclonic
* Generalized Clonic
* Generalized Tonic
* Generalized Tonic-Clonic
* Generalized Atonic
* Infantile Spasms

Neonatal EEG

Normal Patterns

Abnormal Patterns

II. Video EEG

Methods and Approach to Interpretation
Clinical Signs

* Epigastric Aura
* Speech Arrest
* Ictal Well-Formed Language
* Ictal Jargon
* Ictal Aphasia
* Eye Deviation
* Head Turning – Early
* Head Turning – Adversive Late
* Extremity Immobility
* Dystonic Posturing – Arm, Leg
* Tonic Posturing
* Focal Clonic
* Oroalimentary Automatisms
* Extremity Automatisms
* Ictal Drinking
* Ictal Spitting
* Ictal Vomiting
* Bizarre Ictal Vocalization
* Ictal Screaming
* Ictal Eye Blinking
* Ictal Unilateral Eye Closure
* Generalized Tonic
* Generalized Clonic
* Postictal Nose Wiping
* Postictal Aphasia, Alexia
* Rapid Postictal Recovery (Right Temporal CPS)
* Rapid Postictal Recovery (Frontal CPS)
* Postictal Todd’s Paralysis

Signs Evoked by Electrical Stimulation

* Focal Motor – Tonic
* Focal Motor – Clonic
* Focal Motor – Posturing
* Eye Version – Head Version
* Negative Motor Effect
* Focal Sensory
* Auditory (Patient Report)
* Global Aphasia
* Anomia
* Loss of Repetition Ability
* Apraxia

Seizure Types

Partial

Simple Partial

• Simple Partial Motor without a march, simple partial motor with a jacksonian march

• Simple partial postural (supplementary motor), inhibitory motor, focal negative

• Myoconus

• Aphasic

• Subjective

• Complex Partial

• Left Mesial Temporal

• Right Mesial Temporal

• Lateral Temporal

• Frontal – Orbitofrontal

• Frontal Cingulate

• Frontal – Dorsolateral

• Frontal Absence

• Parietal

• Occipital – Localized

• Occipital – Spreading to Frontal

• Occipital – Spreading to Temporal Gelastic

Partial with Generalization

• Temporal becoming generalized

• Frontal becoming generalized
Generalized

• Absence –Typical Simple

• Absence – with Automatisms

• Absence – with Atonic Components

• Absence – with Tonic Components

• Atypical Absence

• Absence with Secondary Generalization

• Myoclonic Absence (different from absence with myoclonic components)

• Myoclonic

• Tonic

• Infantile Spasms

• Clonic

• Myoclonic—Atonic

• Negative Myoclonus

• Tonic – Clonic

• Clonic Tonic Clonic
*Tonic – Absence

Generalized with Focal Evolution

Other: Relex Seizures – Startle-Induced, Photic-Induced

III. Differential Diagnosis

* Pseudoseizures
* Syncope
* Sleep Myoclonus
* Parasomnia
* Chorea
* Sandfifer Syndrome
* Behavioral Abnormalities in Children with MR
* Non-Epileptic Myclonus (ex-postanoxic)
* Startle
* Tiagabine encephalography

Quantitative EEG

BOOK CONTENTS:

Introduction

EEG Technology

EEG Analysis

Routine EEG

Approach to Video EEG

Seizure Semiology and Differential Diagnosis

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