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Does an EEG use any radiation?

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In brief: No

Merely, a recording of brain electrical activity, and no electricity goes to the patient, only a recording.

In brief: No

Merely, a recording of brain electrical activity, and no electricity goes to the patient, only a recording.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Dr. Julian Bragg
Neurology

In brief: No

Eeg uses an array of scalp electrodes to measure electrical activity generated by neurons in the brain, and does not require any radiation, dye, or strong magnetic fields.
It is an extremely safe test.

In brief: No

Eeg uses an array of scalp electrodes to measure electrical activity generated by neurons in the brain, and does not require any radiation, dye, or strong magnetic fields.
It is an extremely safe test.
Dr. Julian Bragg
Dr. Julian Bragg
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