Epileptic Disorders


Ictal laryngospasm monitored by video-EEG and polygraphy: a potential SUDEP mechanism Volume 20, numéro 2, April 2018

Figure 1

Thirty-second polygraphy recording during a focal seizure showing increasing abdominal respiratory effort amplitude, paradoxical abdomino-thoracic movements, concurrent increase in muscle artifact (arrows; also noted synchronously in EKG signal), and bradycardia with junctional rhythm during the period of laryngospasm and hypoxia.