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Epileptic Disorders

The Educational Journal of the International League Against Epilepsy

Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena Volume 13, numéro 2, Juin 2011

Vidéos

  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomen
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
  • Video atlas of lateralising and localising seizure phenomena
Auteurs
Epilepsy Center, Department of Neurology, Klinikum Grosshadern, University of Munich, Munich, Germany
  • Mots-clés : seizure semiology, symptomatogenic zone, epileptogenic zone, lateralizing, localizing, video-atlas epilepsy, video-EEG
  • DOI : 10.1684/epd.2011.0433
  • Page(s) : 113-24
  • Année de parution : 2011

The detailed analysis of seizure semiology is an essential tool for diagnosing epileptic patients and is particularly important in the evaluation of patients considered for epilepsy surgery. The meticulous clinical observation of epileptic seizures provides information about the localisation and lateralisation of the symptomatogenic zone. Here, we present a video atlas showing a variety of ictal and postictal localising and lateralising phenomena. [Published with video sequences]