A revised glossary of terms most commonly used by clinical electroencephalographers and updated proposal for the report format of the EEG findings: Revision 2017

Nick Kane, Jayant Acharya, Sandor Benickzy, Luis Caboclo, Simon Finnigan, Peter W. Kaplan, Hiroshi Shibasaki, Ronit Pressler, Michel J.A.M. van Putten

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Abstract

This glossary includes the terms most commonly used in clinical EEG. It is based on the previous proposals (Chatrian et al., 1974; Noachtar et al., 1999) and includes terms necessary to describe the EEG and to generate the EEG report. All EEG phenomena should be described as precisely as possible in terms of frequency, amplitude, phase relation, waveform, localization, quantity, and variability of these parameters (Brazier et al., 1961). The description should be independent of the recording parameters such as amplification, montages, and computer program/display.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)170-185
JournalClinical Neurophysiology Practice
Volume2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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