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We studied six patients suffering from benign rolandic epilepsy of childhood with central temporal spikes who presented so-called 'extreme somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs)' following peripheral somatosensory stimulation. Stimuli were delivered to the fingers of one hand using both a triggered tendon hammer and low-intensity electrical stimulation. The(More)
OBJECTIVES We report the analysis of scalp topography and dipole modeling of the rolandic spikes in 6 patients suffering of benign rolandic epilepsy of childhood with extremely high amplitude SEP by tapping stimulation of the finger of the hand. METHODS EEG and BESA analysis were performed for both rolandic spontaneous interictal spikes and high amplitude(More)
Clinical features and results of the blood DNA analysis are reported of a child affected with a distinct phenotype of the late infantile form of neuronal ceroid-lipofuscinosis (LINCL). He was affected by microcephaly and hypotonia since the fourth month of life; acquisition of motor and language abilities was severely impaired, and a disorder of(More)
We performed a spike topography study and a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in a female patient with benign rolandic epilepsy presenting single high-amplitude evoked spikes in response to somatosensory peripheral stimulation. The stimulus was delivered to the first finger of the right hand using a tendon hammer, which evoked a single spike(More)
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