interictal


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interictal

 [in″ter-ik´tal]
occurring between attacks or paroxysms.

in·ter·ic·tal

(in'tĕr-ik'tăl),
The period between convulsions.
[inter- + L. ictus, stroke]

interictal

/in·ter·ic·tal/ (-ik´t'l) occurring between attacks or paroxysms.

interictal

adjective Occurring between seizures or convulsions.

interictal

Neurology adjective Referring to an interval between seizures or convulsions

in·ter·ic·tal

(in'tĕr-ik'tăl)
The period between convulsions.
[inter- + L. ictus, stroke]

interictal

Pertaining to the interval between seizures in EPILEPSY.

interictal

occurring between attacks, fits or paroxysms.
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An interictal EEG can be helpful, but "there's no reliable test to differentiate the two.
All these patients were surgical candidates because of medically intractable seizures and evaluated according to a standard protocol that included interictal and ictal video EEG recordings, cranial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and neuropsychological and psychiatric investigations.
If the SWC of the patient was difficult to distinguish, a 10-min segment from interictal pattern was chosen and calculated.
16] Evolution of hypsarrhythmia to other interictal patterns has been reported, and was noted in our study.
Logsdail and Toone characterized symptomatic criteria for PIP (Logsdail 1988), subsequently recognizing PIP from alternate psychoses of epilepsy, to be specific ictal and interictal psychosis.
Third, no clinical myoclonus was noted during the EEG recording; the interictal EEG recorded generalized spike and slow-wave discharges, the pattern was not suggestive of myoclonic seizures.
On EEG, he had frequent interictal discharges, indicating seizure activity predominately in the left temporal region, suggestive of a seizure focus originating from the temporal lobe.
Research related to the epilepsy disease is basically used for differentiating between letal (seizure period) and Interictal (period between seizures) EEG signals.
Diagnosis of TLE was based on clinical history, seizure semiology and interictal electroencephalo-graphic (EEG) monitoring.
The inclusion criterion were as follows: (i) ictal or interictal EEG evidence and consistent seizure semiology of clear onset in the frontal lobe (ii) MRI evidence of epileptogenic lesions of the frontal lobe (iii) normal intellectual function as measured by Standard Progressive Matrices.
Evaluation for surgery should involve interictal electroencephalogram (iEEG), interictal SPECT, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) analysis, and age-appropriate neuropsychological/developmental assessment.

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