Comparison of Electroencephalography in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis and Normal People
Objective: The objective of this study was to compare of electroencephalography in patients with multiple sclerosis and normal people.
Materials and Methods: The study design was descriptive and causal-comparative. EEG signals from 30 MS patients and 30 normal counterparts were collected.
Results: The free of artifact waves were selected and were quantified by fast transformation of Fourier and absolute power of the bands of delta, theta, and beta in the frontal, central and occipital were obtained respectively.
Conclusion: According to the findings it can be suggested that should be many treatment centers and associations to strengthen monitoring and rehabilitation of cognitive function in MS patients.