(A) Lateral and anterior-posterior x-rays depicting locations of the depth and subdural strip electrodes. Left panel: depth electrodes are inserted in the amygdala (1), hippocampus (2), secondary somatosensory area (3), entorhinal cortex (4), insula (5), and posterior cingulate gyrus (6). Additionally, three strips (7) sampled the left lateral and inferior temporal lobe, extending medially to the parahippocampal gyrus. Right panel: depth electrodes targeting the hippocampus (8) and precuneus with medial contacts near the neurocysticercosis lesion (9). Two subdural strips sampled the lateral parietal lobe (10) and medial parietal lobe (11) adjacent to the lesion. (B) Scalp (upper panel) and concurrent intracranial (lower panel) recording of an electroclinical seizure. The scalp EEG shows a clinical onset of rapid blinking, annotated on the top left corner. The red arrow marks the transition of the right-sided parieto-occipital polyspikes to low-voltage fast activity, representing the ictal onset. The blue arrow represents the onset of ictal patterns over the left hippocampus and amygdala depth electrodes. Note the delay between clinical onset and left intracranial onset, as well as scalp onset (gray arrow). Relevant electrode locations are represented as right and left SEEG contacts, as well as subdural strips (SDS).