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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Factors that affect interictal cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction in temporal lobe epilepsy: Role of hippocampal sclerosis.
Gruzelier JH, Nicolaou T Connolly JF Peatfield RC, Davies PT Clifford-Rose F Laterality of pain in migraine distinguished by interictal rates of habituation of electrodermal responses to visual and auditory stimuli.
PET scanning is useful in cases of neocortical epilepsy, where interictal hypometabolism corresponds to areas of concern.
Also, spatiotemporal changes in preictal spike activity in human temporal lobe epilepsy [2] revealed that the degree of bilateral interdependence in medial temporal lobe spike activity increased prior to onset of a seizure, thus indicating that spikes may herald the interictal to ictal transition.
Higher glutamate to glutamine ratios in occipital regions in women with migraine during the interictal state.
Other EEG recordings in [greater than or equal to] 61 patients reported or observed to have nodding syndrome have consistently identified interictal abnormalities and various electrographic seizure types (2,7,9).
In comparison, an interictal scan (obtained between seizures) shows no abnormalities or even an area of decreased activity at this site.
Interictal Epileptiform Discharges and Sleep video: Dr.
The interictal EEGs of these teenagers showed a photoparox-ysmal response to a flashing strobe light, Dr.
On interictal EEG, theta wave activity of 4-7 Hz which changes sides is patognomonic for the disease (7,8).
the presence of interictal psychosis should prompt the clinician to order high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in search of small tumours (harmatomas and ganglionomas), some of which may not be detectable on the standard MRI and may cause refractory epilepsy.

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