To nie jest dobry pomysł, żeby dawać takie tłumaczenie na anonimowym forum. Ja akurat specjalizuję się z tłumaczeniach medycznych, ale nie uważasz, że każdy może tak napisać?
Daj znać, czy lekarz zrozumiał :-)
1. There is abundant sharp alpha activity with a frequency of 9-13 Hz and amplitude of 30-130uv. The visual stop reaction is present. Bilateral temporo-parieto-occipital leads register paroxysmal theta discharges lasting 1 second without distinct left/right predominance. The theta waves have a sharp, sharp and slow, and spike pattern and an amplitude of approximately 130-190 and become more abundant during hyperventilation and following photo stimulation. Overall, this is an abnormal tracing with paroxysmal activity in the form of 1 second discharges of slow, sharp and spike waves in bilateral temporo-parieto-occipital leads.
2. The patient was alert. The tracing is somewhat disorganised. The stop reaction is present and pronounced. There is distinct, symmetrical and abundant alpha activity with a frequency of 9-9,5 Hz and amplitude of up to 90 uV, with the highest amplitudes of the alpha activity registered from the parieto-occipital leads. Against the background of this distinct alpha activity, there are rather abundant single delta waves in the parieto-occipital leads and short-lasting (up to 0.5 second) generalised discharges of sharp and slow waves. Hyperventilation did not significantly alter the tracing. Photostimulation blocks the alpha activity and induces photic driving. Overall, this EEG trace reveals generalised paroxysmal abnormalities.