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Ischemic hypoxic encephalopathy, EEG has sharp waves

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Hospitalization at birth: diagnosis of hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy-1 There was hypoxia at birth and the whole body was purple 2 Incomplete extraction of primitive reflex with convulsion 3 Clinical no vomiting, no convulsions, no milk return 4 Smooth urination and defecation, 5.5% after feeding CT results on the fourth day of birth: the symmetrical density of bilateral frontal and occipital white matter decreased, and the lowest CT value was 15hu. Then the ganglioside discharge summary for 7 days: no convulsions, convulsions, low milk intake, unobstructed urination and defecation! MRI done yesterday: no obvious abnormality. EEG done yesterday: a small number of medium amplitude sharp waves on the head before sleep, issued individually, EEG of abnormal small infants; Consult a doctor: 1 Can electroencephalogram be the symptom of epilepsy? 2. What are the MRI results? Is it possible to affect the motor system or intelligence: the CT results on the third day of birth are: (the symmetrical density of bilateral frontal and occipital white matter areas decreases, and the minimum CT value is 15hu) the following pictures can compare whether the growth of MRI done yesterday will affect intelligence and whether there is the possibility of epilepsy? I have made all psychological preparations. It doesn't hurt to say it directly. How should I treat my baby!

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