An epilepsy diagnosis is often made during an emergency visit for a seizure. If a person seeks medical help for a previous or suspected seizure, the doctor will ask about the patient's medical history, including seizure events.
Electroencephalogram (EEG). The most important diagnostic tool for epilepsy is an EEG, which records and measures brain waves. Ideally, it should be performed within 24 hours of a seizure. An EEG recording session may last for less than an hour,...Read more
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