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  • Amo Seizure

    Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is suggested as a localizing technique of epileptogenic areas in drug-resistant seizure patients due to intracraneal lesions

  • Magneto

  • Alzheimer

  • Crytogenic Lateral Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    A 26 year-old female with intractable partial seizures. with no lateralizing features. Scalp VEEG showed interictal spikes broadly distributed over the right posterior-temporal region. Seizure activity was non-localizing.

  • Correlation of MEG with Epileptic Substrate

    A 26 year-old female with onset of an intractable seizure disorder at 16 years of age. Seizures were characterized by complex motor behavior with no lateralizing features. Scalp VEEG showed interictal spikes over left fronto-temporal region. Seizure activity was non-lateralizing. Invasive VEEG was non-lateralizing. MRI showed a small area of increased T2 signal in the left middle-t

  • Surgical Planning, Cyst/Epilepsy

    A 6 year-old right-handed male. Right-sided simple partial seizures with secondary generalization. The MRI showed left parietal cyst.

  • הנחיות להפניית מטופל

  • Frontal Lobe Epilepsy

    A 15 year-old right-handed female with onset of a medically intractable seizure disorder at 9 years of age.The seizures were nocturnal and consisted of awakening, body jerking and tonic arm extension with left-sided predominance. The MRI was normal.

  • Multiple Epileptic Foci

    MEG was useful for non-invasive diagnosis of two epileptic foci in one hemisphere of the pediatric patient. Other non-invasive tests, e.g. MRI, SPECT, and VEEG, were inconclusive

  • Landau Kleffner Syndrome

    A 6 year-old male experienced an acute loss of expressive and receptive language at 4 years of age. Scalp EEG showed continuous spike and waves during slow-wave sleep.

  • דרישות ה-MRI