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Private Health Institution- Specialistic Neurology Practice NEUROPRAXIS is a private practice that specializes in providing outstanding neurological services tailored to each individual patient. We pride ourselves in providing prompt service and easy accessibility with first class care.

We want each patient to feel they have experienced personalized attention from every contact with our staff and with Dr. Ismajli-Marku Because we are a small solo practice, we can deliver attention to patients in a way that no large group practice is able to do.

Our location allow us to provide services over a large demographic area and can be easily accessed, it is located in the heart of University Hospital in Skopje, second entrance from Vodnjaska street.( opposite to Oncology Clinic).

Appointments can be made in a very timely fashion, many times on the same day or within 1 to 2 days.

 
Contact Information

Address:
Str. Vodnjanska 35/4, 1000 Skopje
Republic of Macedonia

Telephone: + 389 2 3109666 / + 389 75 370596

Contact Email:
meritam@neuropraxis.com.mk

Facebook address:
Neuropraxis Dr. Merita Ismajli-Marku

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EEG - electroencephalogram
 
Using highly sensitive monitoring equipment, the electroencephalogram (EEG) painlessly measures and records electrical signals normally generated by the brain.
Although commonly used for diagnosing seizures (epilepsy), EEGs assist physicians in diagnosing other problems, such as common headaches, vertigo (dizziness), strokes, degenerative brain diseases, organic causes of psychiatric symptoms and disabilities and other diseases of the brain.

State-of-theart digital technology and a spike and seizure software detection program ensure the highest quality and most accurate results.
Evoked potentials
 
Common symptoms that are assessed with evoked potentials include dizziness, numbness and tingling, and certain visual disorders.
Here's what is involved with each of the tests:
  • During VER, you will be asked to focus your eyes on a video monitor
  • During a BAEP, you will be asked to listen to sounds while wearing a headset
  • SSEP uses a mild electrical stimulus to the wrist or ankle to test sensation
VEP - Visual Evoked Potential
 
The Visual Evoked Potential (VEP) evaluates the activity along the nerve that connects the eye to the occipital lobe, the part of the brain responsible for vision.
Visual pathway activity can be monitored in one of two ways: the pattern shift VEP and the flash VEP. During a pattern shift VEP, the patient focuses on a television screen displaying a checkerboard pattern with reversing squares.

The flash VEP test uses a television screen that has a strobe light. This painless study allows a physician to diagnose a wide variety of conditions that affect the visual system.