M Z Chesser

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To understand further relationships of the interictal electroencephalogram to the aura in complex partial seizures (CPS), we studied the interictal EEG and aura in 144 patients with CPS. The ages of the patients studied ranged from 31 to 80 years (average 52.44 years). The duration of seizures ranged from 1 to 60 years (average 15.69 years). Seventy(More)
We report a case of FIRDA associated with a pial-dural arteriovenous malformation (AVM). The patient presented with headaches, papilledema and partial oculomotor nerve palsy. CT scan had failed to discover the AVM. After partial embolization of the AVM, the patient's symptoms and signs resolved, and the FIRDA disappeared. FIRDA has been thought to be caused(More)
Periodic, lateralized, epileptiform discharges (PLEDs) in the electroencephalogram have been reported in association with a variety of structural lesions of the brain. Although a great deal of attention has been directed to the neuropathological basis of PLEDs, little emphasis has been placed on the functional basis of this EEG syndrome. In this paper, we(More)
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