The video-electroencephalography (video-EEG) is a test that records a video to analyze the patient's clinical behavior while performing an electroencephalogram to study brain activity. It is indicated to diagnose paroxysmal episodes, especially where they suspected seizures. The video-EEG may have a variable duration from hours to several days, depending on the subject and conditions of the patient.

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