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Electroencephalogram (EEG) is a painless and noninvasive test that measures electrical activity in the brain. It involves placing small sensors on the scalp to detect the electrical signals generated by brain cells. These signals are then recorded and displayed on a computer screen as brainwave patterns.

EEG is commonly used in medical and research settings to study brain function, diagnose neurological disorders, and monitor conditions such as epilepsy. It's a valuable tool for understanding the electrical activity of the brain in a simple and effective way.

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