1 edition of Clinical echo-encephalography [by] W. Schiefer, E. Kazner [and] St. Kunze found in the catalog.
Clinical echo-encephalography [by] W. Schiefer, E. Kazner [and] St. Kunze
|Contributions||Kazner, E., Kunze, Stefan.|
|LC Classifications||RC386.5 S2713|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
A-Mode Echoencephalography in the Evaluation of Cerebrovascular Disease BY BURTON A. SANDOK, M.D. Abitract: A-Mode Echoencepha-lography in the Evaluation of Cerebrovascular Disease • The value of A-mode echoencephalography was studied in a series of patients Schiefer W, Kazner E, Kunze St: Clinical Echo-Encephalography. New York, Springer. Special chapters address endosonography of the pharynx and larynx, interventional sonography, and intraoperative sonography. Latest technical developments in the field and their application to clinical ultrasonography are also demonstrated. A brief review of the existing latest literature addressing particular topics follow each chapter.
Electroencephalography (EEG) was discovered by Hans Berger in the late s and was found to have important clinical significance for the diagnosis of brain disease. The interpretation of EEG records has become a clinical specialty for neurological diagnosis. The content above is only an excerpt. Analyzing an Electroencephalography Report (EEG) The importance of complete and well recorded data in analyzing an EEG The summary of findings is only as detailed as the data reported. Introduction The electroencephalogram, also known as the EEG is the recording of electrical activity of the brain in various states of rest or stimulation.
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THE CLINICAL USE OF ECHO‐ENCEPHALOGRAPHY BRITA LITHANDER. Lithander M.D. Narvava Stockholm, Sweden. Search for more papers by this author.
Lithander M.D. Narvava Stockholm, Sweden. Search for more papers by Cited by: Authors: Schiefer, Wolfgang, Kazner, Ekkehard, Güttner, Werner Free Preview. Buy this book eBook $ Edition Number 1 Number of Pages VII, Number of Illustrations b/w Clinical Echo-Encephalography: Medicine Klinische Elektroenzep halographie (German.
Proceedings in Echo-Encephalography International Symposium on Echo-Encephalography Erlangen, Germany, April 14th and 15th, Editors: Kazner, E., Schiefer, W., Zülch, K.
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The clinical use of echo-encephalography. Schiefer, W., Kazner, E., and Kunze, St. Ergebnisse der Echoencephalographie bei supratentoriellen by: 7.
Electroencephalography (EEG) is a non-invasive and common technique used to extract neural signals. EEG signals are achieved from the scalp surface by placing the electrodes in particular.
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In patients the malignant primary tumour was not recognized and in 43%. Proceedings in Echo-Encephalography International Symposium on Echo-Encephalography Erlangen, Germany, April 14th and 15th, W. Schiefer. Pages Physical and Anatomical Principles. Kazner, St. Kunze. Pages Proceedings in Echo‐encephalography.
Edited by E. Kazner, W. Schiefer, and K. Zülch. Translations by Margareta Lewke, M.D., Saskatoon, Sask., Canada. 10⅜. Condition: Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In good all round condition.
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echoencephalography: (ek'ō-en-sef'ă-log'ră-fē), The use of reflected ultrasound in the diagnosis of intracranial processes. [echo + encephalography]. fect, a cardiac arrhythmia, an epileptic seizure, or hypotension, EEG findings are similar and reflect cerebral hypoperfusion.
Initially there may be a slowing of background rhythms. This is followed by high amplitude delta activity, maximal anteriorly. If the hypoperfusion persists there is subsequent flattening of the EEG. The EEG returns to normal in the reverse sequence.
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