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    Traditional review of EEG for seizure detection requires time and the expertise of a trained neurophysiologist; therefore, it is time- and resource-intensive. Quantitative EEG (qEEG) encompasses a variety of methods to make EEG review more efficient and allows for nonexpert review. Literature supports that qEEG is commonly used by neurophysiologists and nonexperts in clinical practice. In this review, the different types of qEEG trends and spectrograms used for seizure detection in adults, from basic concepts to clinical applications, are discussed. The merits and drawbacks of the most common qEEG trends are detailed. The authors detail the retrospective literature on qEEG sensitivity, specificity, and false alarm rate as interpreted by experts and nonexperts alike. Finally, the authors discuss the future of qEEG as a useful screening tool and speculate on the trajectory of future investigations in the field. Copyright © 2021 by the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society.

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    Safa Kaleem, Christa B Swisher. Utility of Quantitative EEG for Seizure Detection in Adults. Journal of clinical neurophysiology : official publication of the American Electroencephalographic Society. 2021 Sep 08


    PMID: 32810003

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