Masoud Abed Sangani

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Late Onset Myoclonic Epilepsy in Down Syndrome (LOMEDS) is a recognized entity usually preceded by cognitive deterioration. We report two patients with LOMEDS and cognitive decline, aged 52 and 44 years. Continuous video-EEG recording showed generalised spike and slow wave complexes as an ictal correlate of the myoclonic jerks in both patients. Low dose(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the connections between bilateral mesial frontal (MF) regions. METHODS We evaluated synchrony of spikes, recorded by subdural electrodes, arising from bilateral MF regions using cross correlation in MF epilepsy. A seven-year-old boy with intractable daily bilateral asymmetric tonic seizures and a normal MRI was investigated. To confirm(More)
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