aaron showed a moderate to high amplitude record with a poster rhythm of 6-7 hz intermittently some 3.5 hz slowing is noted in the posterior head region. a single spike wave is seen at c4 and two sharps are noted at f4. he goes to slkeep and a generalized polyspike wave is noted, which starts at cz than spread to f7 and then to t3, more prominent on the right he is 3 years 10 months all the dr will tell me is that some kids outgrow this. does anybody there know if this eeg is a could mean of autism . they have him on keepa 1.5 a 2 times a day he is very hyper
I do not conduct nor read EEGs, but I can tell you about diagnosing autism. Autism is not diagnosed with imaging or EEGs, instead its a complex process of testing and systematic observation. Ask your pediatrician if you son is showing signs of autism, and ask for a referral for a psychological or neuropsychological assessment. The testing should include gathering formal test data about his IQ, language, social skills, atypical behaviors and sometimes learning and information processing. The assessment should also include an extensive parent interview and include time spent playing and interacting with your child. Many major medical centers have autism assessment clinics or professionals who specialize in diagnosing it.
I have went to a few dr. some say yes but the ones that have come to the house say no he is very playful friendly outgoing and loves new things he is very hyper, and has has a speech and hearing delay we go in next month for another hearing test so far he has not past one butt they are getting better each time.
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