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Reflex epilepsy and non‐ketotic hyperglycemia Volume 5, issue 3, September 2003

Figure 1. Epileptogenic focus formed by frequently repeated sharp and slow wave discharges in the left fronto-temporal region.

Figure 2A-B. Ictal EEG revealed irregular spike-slow wave discharges of high amplitude, which started at the left fronto-central region, extended to temporal and occipital regions and diffused to the right hemisphere.