What is clinical neurophysiology?

Clinical neurophysiology is a branch of neurophysiology that includes monitoring neurological parameters in critical care units, or in a specialized hospital laboratory.

Clinical neurophysiologists examine and record the function of the brain, spinal cord, spinal nerve roots, peripheral nerves (including sensory and motor nerves), and muscles to aid in the diagnosis of different nervous system illnesses. Computerized imaging, as well as magnetic, electrical, or electronic methods, may be used by these health professionals to record neurological activity, nerve impulse conduction, and coordination with the muscle response.

Clinical neurophysiology is used to treat disorders such as epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, and motor neuron diseases.

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