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  • Landau Kleffner Syndrome

    A 6 year-old male experienced an acute loss of expressive and receptive language at 4 years of age. Scalp EEG showed continuous spike and waves during slow-wave sleep

    03.28.2010
     
     
  • Multiple Epileptic Foci

    MEG was useful for non-invasive diagnosis of two epileptic foci in one hemisphere of the pediatric patient. Other non-invasive tests, e.g. MRI, SPECT, and VEEG, were inconclusive

    03.28.2010
     
     
  • Frontal Lobe Epilepsy

    A 15 year-old right-handed female with onset of a medically intractable seizure disorder at 9 years of age.The seizures were nocturnal and consisted of awakening, body jerking and tonic arm extension with left-sided predominance. The MRI was normal

    03.28.2010
     
     
  • Surgical Planning, Cyst/Epilepsy

    A 6 year-old right-handed male. Right-sided simple partial seizures with secondary generalization. The MRI showed left parietal cyst

    03.28.2010
     
     
  • Correlation of MEG with Epileptic Substrate

    A 26 year-old female with onset of an intractable . seizure disorder at 16 years of age. Seizures were characterized by complex motor behavior with no lateralizing features.

    03.28.2010
     
     
  • Crytogenic Lateral Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    A 26 year-old female with intractable partial seizures. with no lateralizing features. Scalp VEEG showed interictal spikes broadly distributed over the right posterior-temporal region. Seizure activity was non-localizing

    03.28.2010