Gabrielle Rudolf12
Alexis Arzimanoglou8
Pierre Szepetowski6
Pierre Kehrli6
12Gabrielle Rudolf
8Alexis Arzimanoglou
6Pierre Szepetowski
6Pierre Kehrli
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  • Patrice Roll, Sonja C Vernes, Nadine Bruneau, Jennifer Cillario, Magali Ponsole-Lenfant, Annick Massacrier +5 others
  • 2010
It is a challenge to identify the molecular networks contributing to the neural basis of human speech. Mutations in transcription factor FOXP2 cause difficulties mastering fluent speech (developmental verbal dyspraxia, DVD), whereas mutations of sushi-repeat protein SRPX2 lead to epilepsy of the rolandic (sylvian) speech areas, with DVD or with bilateral(More)
The rolandic and sylvian fissures divide the human cerebral hemispheres and the adjacent areas participate in speech processing. The relationship of rolandic (sylvian) seizure disorders with speech and cognitive impairments is well known, albeit poorly understood. We have identified the Xq22 gene SRPX2 as being responsible for rolandic seizures (RSs)(More)
  • Gaetan Lesca, Gabrielle Rudolf, Nadine Bruneau, Natalia Lozovaya, Audrey Labalme, Nadia Boutry-Kryza +23 others
  • 2013
Epileptic encephalopathies are severe brain disorders with the epileptic component contributing to the worsening of cognitive and behavioral manifestations. Acquired epileptic aphasia (Landau-Kleffner syndrome, LKS) and continuous spike and waves during slow-wave sleep syndrome (CSWSS) represent rare and closely related childhood focal epileptic(More)
Alternative methods, for the treatment of medically refractory epileptic patients, who cannot be treated by resective surgery, such as chronic deep brain neurostimulation, are under development. Such methods have been used in the cerebellum, various thalamic nuclei, and in the caudate nucleus. In Grenoble, encouraged by the suppressive effects of(More)
PURPOSE To report three patients with drug-resistant nocturnal hypermotor seizures (NHSs), no detectable brain lesion, and clinically defined nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy (NFLE) or autosomal dominant NLFE (ADNFLE), whose intracerebral EEG ictal onset primarily involved the insula, rather than the mesial or orbital frontal cortex. METHODS Fourteen to 15(More)
UNLABELLED The subtraction of interictal from ictal SPECT coregistered to 3-dimensional (3D) MRI (SISCOM) and (18)F-FDG PET are 2 techniques that are involved in the definition of the epileptogenic zone in refractory partial temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE). The aim of this study was compare, region by region, the functional patterns obtained by both(More)
An international workshop on juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME) was conducted in Avignon, France in May 2011. During that workshop, a group of 45 experts on JME, together with one of the founding fathers of the syndrome of JME ("Janz syndrome"), Prof. Dr. Dieter Janz from Berlin, reached a consensus on diagnostic criteria and management of JME. The(More)
Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) is currently used in the presurgical evaluation of medically intractable partial epilepsies, but not very often, in generalized epilepsy. In the present study, we used the SISCOM procedure, which represents the fusion of MRI and ictal-interictal difference SPECT images using (99m)Tc-ECD, to study cerebral(More)
The resection of the epileptogenic area of brain is very important and useful for the treatment of uncontrolled epilepsy, especially for the patients with stereotyped partial seizures. The critical point for successful epilepsy surgery is the precise identification of epileptogenic zone. Actually, we cannot precisely localize the epileptogenic zone in about(More)
Intermittent photic stimulation (IPS) is a common procedure performed in the electroencephalography (EEG) laboratory in children and adults to detect abnormal epileptogenic sensitivity to flickering light (i.e., photosensitivity). In practice, substantial variability in outcome is anecdotally found due to the many different methods used per laboratory and(More)