partial, secondarily Suggested a generalized dictionary for detailed describing focal seizures by ictal
semiology EPILEPSIES Generalized: Put away this term Epilepsies with generalized seizures Focal: Epilepsies Put away this term with focal seizures * Organized from the reference (Berg AT et al.
For this, elicitation of specific and proper history is important regarding the sequence of events including aura, ictal
and post ictal
SPECT study is done on nearly all Phase I patients in our program.
Prodromal and ictal
depression often improve when antiepileptic therapy reduces seizure frequency.
All the convulsions stopped abruptly after the psychologist firmly commanded that the ictal
When a person has experienced a seizure, this altered physiological state is known as the ictal
The data sets C, D and E are recorded from epileptic subjects through intracranial electrodes for interictal and ictal
Se describieron las caracteristicas demograficas, clinicas y el rendimiento en las subpruebas de MA entre los pacientes con ELT por EH segun lateralizacion de la zona de inicio ictal
y tipo de terapia farmacologica.
Video-EEG telemetry showed right anterior temporal interictal discharges and 9 focal seizures with right temporal ictal
onset in 7 seizures.
single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) scans can also be very helpful in localising the epileptiform cortex, especially in patients in whom there is no structural abnormality detectable on MRI.
In one study, serum S100B and neuron specific enolase (NSE) levels, which are markers of neuronal and/or glial damage in migraine, were shown to be elevated in migraine patients during the ictal
and interictal states, proving that there is also an insidious and slow damaging process in the brain.
EEG should ideally be limited to cases where the history, physical examination and mental state examination in combination suggest an ictal
phenomenon or encephalopathic condition.