Jun 23, 2017

The neurological examination and diagnostic tests.

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A 27-year-old normal woman is having a routine EEG examination. The study begins with a 5-min recording of her sleeping. Then she is awakened and given photic stimulation. Next she is alert and awake, lying with her eyes closed in a quiet room. At this point she will exhibit what frequency of EEG activity over the occipital and parietal areas bilaterally?

a. 0 to 3 Hz

b. 4 to 7 Hz

c. 8 to 13 Hz

d. 14 to 25 Hz

e. 26 to 45 Hz

 

 

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