A-Z of Departments and Services
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EEG stands for Electroencephalogram. This is a painless test which records the electrical activity of the brain, or ‘brain waves’.
A recording of ongoing electrical activity of the brain from the scalp. This ranges short tests, to a prolonged ward-based test with video.
Endoscopic (keyhole) spinal surgery
Keyhole spinal surgery is a rapidly evolving aspect of minimally invasive surgery providing high levels of patient care and experience.
The Walton Centre has a world-class reputation for our epilepsy service. Our epilepsy services are huge and comprehensive, including specialist video-telemetry diagnostics, an epilepsy surgery programme - offering the full range of procedures - and specialist neuropsychological support for patients with epilepsy and those with non-epileptic attack disorder.
Epilepsy Specialist Nurse Service
Our specialist nurse service provides patients, families, carers and other health professionals information and advice regarding epilepsy and its management.
The Walton Centre has one of the oldest and largest epilepsy surgery services in the country.
Essential tremor - Ultrasound thalamotomy
Transcranial MRI guided Focused Ultrasound (tcMRgFUS) is a treatment for Essential Tremor, an incisionless brain surgery where ultrasound waves are used.
Evoked potentials (EP)
Recording potentials produced by the brain in response to stimuli such as a flashing light, sounds and muscle twitches.