epileptogenic


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epileptogenic

 [ep″ĭ-lep″to-jen´ik]
causing an epileptic seizure.

ep·i·lep·to·gen·ic

, epileptogenous (ep'i-lep-tō-jen'ik, ep-i-lep-toj'ĕ-nŭs),
Causing epilepsy.

epileptogenic

/ep·i·lep·to·gen·ic/ (-lep″to-jen´ik) causing an epileptic seizure.

epileptogenic

(ĕp′ə-lĕp′tə-jĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Having the capacity to induce epilepsy.

epileptogenic

[ep′ilep′tōjen′ik]
causing epileptic seizures.

ep·i·lep·to·gen·ic

, epileptogenous (ep'i-lep-tō-jen'ik, ep'i-lep-toj'ĕ-nŭs)
Causing epilepsy.

epileptogenic

causing an epileptic seizure, e.g. an epileptogenic scar in the cerebral cortex, or more significantly in the cerebrum and its proximate meningeal tissue.
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Using this approach, the areas where multiple modalities overlap are deemed as possible epileptogenic areas.
Long-term (days) continuous intracranial EEG recordings from two patients, who underwent presurgical evaluation for localization of their epileptogenic focus at the epilepsy monitoring unit (EMU) of Shands Hospital in Gainesville, Florida, were analyzed (see Table 1).
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These children then returned for staged epilepsy surgery, where grids and strips were used to define their epileptogenic zones, and the seizure focus was removed with better seizure control, improvement in cognitive and motor skills, and a brighter future.
One may only postulate about the association between both Olanzapine and Amisulpride and their epileptogenic side effects.
Up to two leads, each containing four electrodes, can be connected to the neurostimulator, so the system can monitor and stimulate two distinct epileptogenic zones independently, she noted.
The SCC is generally not an epileptogenic focus, but rather a pathway for seizure propagation.
Serial EEGs showed an absence of a stable background rhythm, slow wave activity with periodic sharp discharges, and a right-sided epileptogenic focus.