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Neurodiagnostics Jeopardy. What’s In A Brain?. Wake me up before you go go…. Clinically Speaking. “Hey, I know you”. Much Too Young. Artifactural Digest. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. xx. xx. xx.

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Neurodiagnostics

Jeopardy


What’s In A Brain?

Wake me up before you go go…

Clinically Speaking

“Hey, I know you”

Much Too Young

Artifactural Digest

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What is the name of the lobe shaded purple?

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“What’s In A Brain?”


Temporal Lobe


This consists of three parts: pons, medulla, and midbrain

“What’s In A Brain?”


Brainstem


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The purpose of this material is to protect the axon from injury.

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“What’s In A Brain?”


Myelin Sheath


This structure receives and serves as a relay for sensory signals to the cerebral cortex.

“What’s In A Brain?”


Thalamus


This cranial nerve branches to make the opthamalic, maxillary and mandibular nerves.

“What’s In A Brain?”


Trigeminal Nerve


“Wake me up before you go go…”


Vertex Waves


“Wake me up before you go go…”


Sleep Spindles


“Wake me up before you go go…”


K-Complex


“Wake me up before you go go…”


POSTS


What stage of sleep is this patient in?

“Wake me up before you go go…”


R.E.M.


“Clinically Speaking”

The Patient is an 89 year old male with a hx of end stage renal disease. What pattern is shown?


Triphasic Waves


“Clinically Speaking”


Burst Suppression


“Clinically Speaking”


Generalized Periodic Epileptiform Discharges (GPEDs)


“Clinically Speaking”

Pt is a 10 month old infant male born at term who is noted as having jerking of the upper and lower extremities.


Hypsarrhythmia


“Clinically Speaking”


Status Epilepticus


“Hey, I Know You”


FIRDA


“Hey, I Know You”


Photic Driving Response


“Hey, I Know You”


Hypnagogic Hypersynchrony


“Hey, I Know You”


Left Focal Slowing


“Hey, I Know You”


Alpha Attenuation from Eye Opening/Closing


“Much Too Young”


Trace’ Alternant


“Much Too Young”


Delta Brush


“Much Too Young”

An otherwise healthy infant of 41 weeks' postconceptional age with episodes of arm and leg extension without EEG correlates. Note the irregular respirations; frequent eye movements on EOG; and a mixed pattern of delta, theta, and alpha frequency activity.


Active Sleep


“Much Too Young”

An infant of 24 weeks' gestational age at age 4 weeks with an intraventricular hemorrhage and left shoulder twitching. Periods of alternating high-voltage mixed frequencies and periods of voltage suppression are normal findings before 28-30 weeks' postconceptional age.


Trace Discontinu


“Much Too Young”

An infant of 40 weeks' postconceptional age with a left middle cerebral artery infarction and intermittent posturing and hyperextension of the neck. Background activity demonstrates attenuation of delta and fast activity on the left indicative of a structural lesion on the left.


Focal Voltage Attenuation


“Artifactural Digest”


EMG (Muscle)


“Artifactural Digest”


Eye Movement


“Artifactural Digest”


60 Hz Interference


“Artifactural Digest”


Impedance - Electrode


“Artifactural Digest”


Unilateral Eye Movement of a Patient with a glass eye


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