You’ll learn how to interpret routine electroencephelographs (EEGs) and a range of evoked potential (EP) tests in addition to training in our weekly epilepsy clinic.
During the EEG portion of this rotation, you’ll gain familiarity with:
You’ll read EEGs for patients at several of our affiliated hospitals, but you’ll do so from this rotation’s training site, Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.
Our weekly epilepsy clinic trains you to use EEGs in the treatment and diagnosis of epilepsy patients.
The EP portion of this rotation enhances your technical skills and knowledge of evoked potentials, including filtering averaging.
You’ll learn how to interpret various evoked responses, including:
Depending on surgical scheduling, you also may have the opportunity to observe procedures – including temporal lobectomies and VNS placements — on this rotation. During this experience, you’ll learn: