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Computed mapping of electro encephalogram in cerebral infarction a comparative study with computed tomography and regional cerebral blood flow study



Computed mapping of electro encephalogram in cerebral infarction a comparative study with computed tomography and regional cerebral blood flow study



Brain & Nerve 32(11): 1149-1157



Computed mapping of EEG (CME) was employed in examinations of 20 patients with aphasia due to cerebral infarction and compared with CT [computed tomography] and regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) study. CME has 3 advantages. The 1st is to detect the localization of high voltage area of slow component topographically and semi-quantitatively. The 2nd is to demonstrate the distribution of .alpha. activity topographically and objectively. The 3rd is to provide functional lesions even in absence of morphological lesion on CT. As for functional lesions of the brain, using a microcomputer system such as CME, topographical, semi-quantitative and objective aspects of electrophysiological activity of the brain can be obtained though the source of the data is the same as conventional EEG interpretation.

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