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Electroneurodiagnostic Reference
An online reference for electroneurodiagnostic students andprofessionals

Electroencephalography          Evoked Potentials           Polysomnography         Nerve Conduction Studies
The Basics               
Tracings               
Diseases     
Instrumentation
Updated: 12/15/2004 Terminology         

At no time should this site be used to determine, nor should be taken to imply a patients diagnosis.

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Please Note:
Use of this material for anything other than educational or referential purposes is inappropriate.
Suggestions are gladly accepted.
I sincerely hope that this site will be of use to students, or in daily work.

The idea for this web site came from a desire to have a single reference for electroneurodiagnostics, especially for technical work. With this site, one should be able to check the definition of a disease process, find the associated tracings, as well as any some minimal clinical information. Included in this would be some anatomical references.

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Final thoughts....

Remember that an electrodiagnostic test is not diagnostic by itself. The results must always be taken in a clinical context. This site does not, in any way, represents itself as aiding in clinical diagnosis, itis only a work of reference.
 

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Submissions, Corrections, Additions

  • SUBMITTING TRACINGS:
  • Tracings and Submissions of terms, diseases, tracings, etc. will be happily accepted.  Please follow the guidelines below:
    • Machine setting for the recording must be included in tracings.  Make sure to include the montages, filters, etc. Scanned documents: These will be accepted, but please make sure to scan the files for viruses before sending. Scan into a ".gif"; or ".jpg" format.  Try to keep the tracing as small as possible in terms of bytes. Make sure to include annotations, either on the tracing or in a separate file. Scan file for viruses before sending!!!!

 If you are sending a word processed document, WordPerfect/Word files can be accepted.  The preferred method, if you are a little computer savvy, is to save the document in ".rtf" format.

    • Tracings / written submissions sent on paper: This is the preferred method for sending materials.  Please contact me through e-mail so that I can give you my postal address.
    • Personal information will not, under any under any circumstances or in any way appear on the web site, nor is that information kept on the web site. Any personal information given me is used only to contact you.

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