N Léonardon

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Unilateral or bilateral electrographic temporal discharges at 5 Hz were analyzed in relation to their morphological characteristics, their topography, and their evolution in II subjects. The clinical context, in which there was no evidence of epileptic disorder, was also analyzed. These discharges were compared to other infraclinical critical phenomena(More)
Frontal sharp waves (encoches pointues frontales) identified by Monod (1960) were studied in 110 neonates and infants. Three pattern were described: typical, related and degraded. They were recorded in all subjects, the reason why the frequency of each pattern varied was discussed. Pathological states did not increase the occurrence of those frontal sharp(More)
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