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Neurophysiology is a diagnostic specialty concerned with recording and interpreting electrical signals from the nervous system.

It is important in the evaluation of peripheral nerve and brain function, often a key element in the diagnosis and assessment of diseases of the nervous system, such as epilepsy, muscle and peripheral nerve disease, sleep disorders or monitoring of nerve function.

There are three main areas:

The service supports Neurosciences but also provides an outpatient service for GPs.

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Neurophysiology is now based on Level 3 of the West Wing, John Radcliffe Hospital.