Front Intermittent Rhythmic Delta Activity (FIRDA)

Frontal Intermittent Rhythmic Delta Activity (FIRDA) is a type of brain wave abnormality found in EEG located in the frontal portion of the brain. FIRDA is commonly associated with lesions, tumors, and encephalopathies among other reasons. FIRDA is a rather nonspecific EEG patter in comparison to its counterparts located in the occipital and temporal lobes.

Brigo, Francesco. Intermittent Rhythmic Delta Activity Patterns. ScienceDirect.

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