Epileptiform


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Ep`i`lep´ti`form


a.1.Resembling epilepsy.
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5 (2-108) months were: normal (n=2), general spike wave (n=3), generalised epileptiform activity (n=1), slow for age and right focus (n=1).
Electroencephalography showed diffuse generalized delta slow waves of moderate amplitude without epileptiform discharges.
The application of EEG monitoring in NCUs can be used to detect epileptiform activity, determine the degree of brain injury, guide treatment, and predict prognosis.
On August 18, PCR was negative for herpes simplex virus in CSF, and an electroencephalograph revealed no periodic lateralizing epileptiform discharges; acyclovir was discontinued.
Electroencephalogram (EEG) was suggestive of generalized epileptiform discharges.
The physical examination and laboratory findings of the child (hypotonia, hypertelorism, pes equinovarus, renal cysts, pale optic disc, hypomyelination, epileptiform discharges in EEG, increased levels of VLCFA: C26:0, C24:0/C22:0, C26:0/C22:0) had been supporting ZS but genetic testing wasn't performed.
EEG de; sol hemisferde ozellikle de sol parietotemporal bolgede epileptiform paroksizmler goruldu (Resim 4).
Posterior dominant rhythm, reactivity, variability, stage N2 sleep transients, epileptiform discharges, PD (PLEDs, GPEDs, bilateral independent periodic discharges [BIPLEDs], stimulus-induced rhythmic, periodic, or ictal discharges (SIRPIDs), RDA and RSW were noted both at during initial 30-minutes screening baseline EEG and subsequent cEEG recordings.
Higher frequency of epileptiform discharges in EEG is reported in children with over-activity, behavioural problems and SNHL.
A similar concept, proposed by Landolt, (6) is known as forced normalisation whereby the remission of seizures and absence of epileptiform activity on the EEG leads to psychotic episodes.
The patient undergoes neuro-imaging to illustrate the cortical abnormality that may be associated with the epileptiform area.