Electroencephalography (EEG)


Electroencephalography is a test to record the activities of the nerve cells of the brain. It is used to diagnose certain disorders affecting the brain such as epilepsy, infections, or tumours.


During the test, an electro-cap will be worn to detect and record the electrical activity emitted by the nerve cells. The statistics can then send to the EEG machine for formulation and further analysis.