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Textbook of clinical electroencephalography
September 12th, 2012 by Administrator

The author: Professor Yasser Metwally

http://yassermetwally.com


INTRODUCTION

September 12, 2012 — This publication covers the clinical aspect of conventional EEG. It simply reflects thing the way I understand, deals with and interpret a conventional EEG tracing. The textbook is composed of 410 pages that can be printed.

Conventional EEG has fallen short of expectation not because of its limited value, but rather because it is rarely ordered by a Knowledgeable clinician and interpreted by an electroencephalographer in a way most useful to the patient.

Another reason why Conventional EEG have fallen short of expectation, is its impressionistic, qualitative nature and this strongly reflects the needs for quantitative EEG. Quantitative EEG (Also called brainmapping, EEG cartography, Brain electrical activity mapping, BEAM) is a wonderful way that reflects the brain function in real time and in a totally non-invasive way. A short notice is given to brainmapping at the end of this textbook.

I really hope you will find this publication as useful as a truly wish. This publication is distributed free of charge, it is placed in the public domain as soon as it is uploaded and can be freely distributed on two conditions;

1- It is not changed in any way

2- It is distributed free of charge

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  1. Metwally, MYM: Textbook of neuroimaging, A CD-ROM publication, (Metwally, MYM editor) WEB-CD agency for electronic publication, version 13.1 July 2012 [Click to have a look at the home page]

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