By Eli M. Mizrahi MD, Richard A. Hrachovy MD
Thoroughly revised and up to date via the world over well-known specialists, the 3rd variation of this well known and commonplace atlas displays twelve years of significant advances in electrodiagnosis of neurologic functionality in neonates. The authors have distilled the giant, complicated literature on neonatal EEG to supply a realistic, modern, fantastically illustrated consultant to acting EEG in neonates and reading either universal and strange patterns.
This version contains electronic in addition to analog EEG and contours over 2 hundred brand-new, full-sized reproductions of EEG tracings. The authors show state of the art advancements in recording approach and spotlight fresh advances within the realizing of standard and irregular mind development.
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3-23. Periodic electromyogram (EMG) potentials due to sucking. This EMG activity due to sucking has a complex morphology. It is periodic, primarily in the left temporal region. There is normal EEG background activity in this 40-week CA infant. 40 FIG. 3-24. Periodic bursts of electromyogram (EMG) potentials due to sucking. Brief bursts of repetitive EMG potentials occur periodically in the temporal regions bilaterally in this 41-week CA infant with normal EEG background activity. Low voltage, sustained EMG is present in anterior leads.
2. 3. 36-37 C D C ++++ ++ ++++ Yes 1. 2. 38-40 C C C ++++ +++ ++++ Yes Reactivity to stimulus 1. 2. 5-Hz activity in frontal leads in transitional sleep Temporal alpha bursts replace 4- to 5-Hz bursts (33 wk) NR Frontal sharp-wave transients Extremely high voltage beta activity during betadelta complexes Temporal alpha bursts disappear R Continuous bioccipital delta activity with superimposed 12- to 15Hz activity during active sleep Central beta-delta complexes disappear R Occipital beta-delta complexes decrease and disappear by 39 wk Tracé alternant pattern during NREM sleep R D, discontinuous activity; C, continuous activity; + + + +, total synchrony; 0, total asynchrony; NR, nonreactive; R, reactive; NREM, non-rapid eye movement.
Although associated with sucking, this activity is not produced by endogenous potentials, but rather by movement of the head that occurs in conjunction with the vigorous sucking movements. The background EEG activity is within the range of normal variation. The electromyogram channel reflects increased activity associated with sucking. 43 FIG. 3-27. Rhythmic slow activity and electromyogram (EMG) associated with sucking. Rhythmic EMG potentials are found in the temporal regions, and rhythmic slow activity is induced by head movement in the central regions associated with sucking in this 40-week CA infant with normal EEG background activity.