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Open The Window Eyes Closed Pdf


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The differentiation of Lewy body dementia from other common dementia types clinically is difficult, with a considerable number of cases only being found post-mortem. Consequently, there is a clear need for inexpensive and accurate diagnostic approaches for clinical use. Electroencephalography (EEG) is one potential candidate due to its relatively low cost and non-invasive nature. Previous studies examining the use of EEG as a dementia diagnostic have focussed on the eyes closed (EC) resting state; however, eyes open (EO) EEG may also be a useful adjunct to quantitative analysis due to clinical availability.


As a tool for assisting in dementia research, EEG is most often recorded in an eyes closed resting state (EC) where participants remain awake while performing no task or movements. It has been shown that, during EC resting state EEG, dementia patients display a definite decrease in power for the alpha frequency range within the EEG spectrum when compared to healthy participants [18, 19].


A similar procedure can be performed with eyes kept open (EO), commonly used for the diagnosis of conditions such as epilepsy or other seizure-related neurological conditions. In this case, participants are asked by their clinician to open and close their eyes [20]. This is currently not widely utilised for dementia research despite the routine EO EEG data acquisition in clinical neurophysiology, as during EO EEG the alpha peak of dementia patients does not display the same significant decrease when compared to healthy participants. Recently, however, a significant impairment has been found within the EO resting state alpha reactivity of LBD patients when compared to those with AD, thus representing the need for further investigation into the EO dataset [21].


From the original 98 subjects, 65 were used for analysis, including 15 HC, 12 AD, 21 DLB and 17 PDD subjects. The other 33 patients (2 HC, 13 AD, 4 DLB, 4 PDD) were removed from the dataset due to participants not having at least 20 s of combined resting state eyes closed or eyes open EEG after cleaning [13]. This criterion was employed because 20 s of continuous resting state EEG has been shown to be the required amount to account for the inherent variability in EEG [27].


From the one-way four group ANOVA, it was found that there were significant differences for the eyes closed DF between the HC and dementia groups in the parietal and occipital regions, with dementia groups displaying a mean slowing in their DF towards the high theta frequency range. Additionally, we found the same significant difference between the HC and dementia patients DF in the EO resting state within the same regions. These results are displayed in supplementary Table 5.


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