John Libbey Eurotext

Epileptic nystagmus due to a large parieto-temporo-occipital multilobar dysplasia Volume 22, issue 5, October 2020

Figure 1

MRI, PET and SPECT imaging. (A) T2 FLAIR image shows a large left PTO multilobar dysplasia. (B) PET shows significant hypometabolism corresponding to the dysplasia. C) SPECT tracer uptake over the left occipital region.

Figure 2

Ictal onset scalp VEEG. (A) Ictal onset showing a rhythmic irregular 1-2-Hz low-amplitude spike-wave complex evolving into rhythmic 8-9-Hz activity over the left PTO region (T5-O1 and P3-O1 channel). (B) Nystagmus artifacts. (C) Ictal activity spreading to other areas. (D) Resolution and offset.