Posts Tagged ‘eeg’

March 12, 2012 · by · Patient Information

The purpose of having an EEG (Electroencephalogram) done is to give your doctor information about your brain activity and the behavior that accompanies it. A technologist will ask you questions about your medical history, then measure your head and apply a number of wires to the surface of your scalp based on these measurements. The…

February 17, 2012 · by · Technology

  Did you know that Minnesota Epilepsy Group has the only clinical MEG machine (Magnetoencephalogram) in the state of Minnesota?  As a level 4 epilepsy center we offer a comprehensive package of diagnostic services and expertise no other center can provide.       Magnetoencephalography uses superconductive sensors to map the magnetic fields created by…