video electroencephalography

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video electroencephalography

Neurology A method for evaluating seizure disorders, in which the EEG signal is amplified, encoded by an analog system, and transmitted to a central station, as an analog or digital video image of the Pt. See Seizure disorder.

video electroencephalography

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V-EEG

The simultaneous use of digital video recording and 16-channel electroencephalography. It is used as a diagnostic aid in refractory epilepsy and may help confirm a diagnosis of psychogenic seizures.
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The importance of V-EEG lies in its ability to classify epilepsy and differentiate between seizures that are associated with an abnormal electrical discharge and those which are not.
In a study by Martin, Gilliam, Kilgore, Faught, and Kuzniecky (1998), 20 patients with V-EEG had confirmed NES and the authors reviewed the financial impact of a definitive NES diagnosis by V-EEG.