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High frequency oscillations (HFOs) are novel biomarkers of epileptogenic tissue. Visual identification of HFO in long-term EEG recordings is time consuming due to low HFOs rate, low signal-to-noise ratio and presence of biological and technical artifacts. In this study, we have examined several algorithms of HFOs detection to facilitate analysis of(More)
In this study we try to find out if it is possible to differentiate type of focal cortical dysplasia by features obtained from intracranial EEG. We compare occurrence and rates of three biomarkers present in epilepsy in patients with focal cortical dysplasia type I and II. Case study is made on long term night records of 6 pediatric patients. Detection of(More)
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