What is WADA test?

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The Wada test is used to determine which side of the brain controls language function and how important each side of the brain is in regard to memory function. In most people, language (speech) is controlled by one side of the brain, the left side.. Data from the Wada test help the epilepsy team determine the approach most likely to address seizures while preserving areas of the brain associated with speech and memory..

NEUROLOGISTS.. JUHUN WADA.. DEVELOPES.. A PROCEDURE ..IT EVALUATE.. WHEATHER..A PATIENT IS ..GOOD CANDIDATES FOR SURGERY.. IT IS USEFUL IN MANAGEMENT OF .. EPILEPSY..

Tnx Dr Vipin Bihari Jain sir
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For memory function test and epilepsy management

Thanks Dr. Kute Ankush
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The Wada test, also known as the intracarotid sodium amobarbital procedure (ISAP) establishes cerebral language and memory representation of each hemisphere.

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