EEG Medical Transcription Words / Terms For Medical Transcriptionists


48-hour ambulatory EEG
 
admixed sharp waves
 
alpha activity
 
alpha waves

artifacts

awake stage

beta activity
 
beta waves

bilateral spike and wave complexes

bilaterally synchronous and symmetrical

bipolar and monopolar montages

bisynchronous

burst suppression pattern

bursts
 
bursts of high amplitude

Cadwell EEG equipment

cycles per second

delta frequency

driving response to photic stimulation

drowsiness

electrode artifacts

enhanced beta activity

flash frequencies

frontocentral theta activity

high-voltage waves

intermittent rhythmic delta activity

K complexes

lateralizing abnormalities

low amplitude waves cycling at (xx - xx Hz) where xx represents values (eg, 10-12 Hz)

monomorphic

normal sleep patterns

parieto-occipital sharp waves

phantom spike-and-wave bursts

polymorphic

posterior dominant waveforms

postictal

predominant theta rhythm

psychomotor variant
 
quasi-periodic fashion
 
rare sharp waves

reactive to eye opening

REM sleep

rhythmical temporal theta burst

sleep spindles

slow rolling eye movements

spikes

spindle coma
 
spindling beta

stage II sleep

symmetric posterior rhythm

theta
 
theta waves

vertex sharp transients

well-organized, well-developed waves




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