rolandic

ro·lan·dic

(rō-lan'dik),
Relating to or described by Luigi Rolando.

ro·lan·dic

(rō-lahn'dik)
Relating to or described by Luigi Rolando.
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Milligan shared that he was diagnosed at age seven with an epileptic strand known as Benign Rolandic Seizure Disorder.
For instance, deducing from the fact that concordance between siblings being low or non-existent, benign rolandic epilepsy, Panayiotopoulos Syndrome, and Gastaut type of childhood occipital epilepsy syndrome were classified under the 'unknown' heading.
Considering diagnosis and treatment in turn, they examine such topics as new onset focal and generalized epilepsy in an elderly patient, epileptic falling seizures associated with seizure-induced cardiac asystole in drug-resistant temporal lobe epilepsy, epileptic negative myoclonus in benign rolandic epilepsy, carefully combining medications for women with gastric reflux, and functional hemispherotomy for drug-resistant post-traumatic epilepsy.
During LI-2 stimulation, regions of interest (ROI) ie, the parietal operculum, rolandic operculum, frontal operculum and insula regions of the brain were activated.
I saw a spike focus in the Rolandic region and quickly called the child's physician to alert him to the abnormal EEG.
Washington, Jan 29 (ANI): An international team of researchers has identified a gene linked to the most common type of epilepsy called Rolandic epilepsy, which is associated with seizures starting in one part of the brain.
They were called benign rolandic seizures of childhood, and they were supposed to go away when he hit puberty.
These include benign rolandic epilepsy, juvenile myoclonic epilepsy and temporal lobe epilepsy.
Interestingly, the left rolandic operculum abnormality was not related to ongoing stuttering, because no difference was found in this region between children who recovered and children who continued to stutter.