Nat Hemasilpin

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Recent studies have found that the brain generates very fast oscillations. The objective of the present study was to investigate the spectral, spatial and coherent features of high-frequency brain oscillations in the developing brain. Sixty healthy children and 20 healthy adults were studied using a 275-channel magnetoencephalography (MEG) system. MEG data(More)
PURPOSE Magnetoencephalography (MEG) has been shown a useful diagnostic tool for presurgical evaluation of pediatric medically intractable partial epilepsy as MEG source localization has been shown to improve the likelihood of seizure onset zone (SOZ) sampling during subsequent evaluation with intracranial EEG (ICEEG). We investigated whether ictal MEG(More)
OBJECT Recent reports suggest that high-frequency epileptic activity is highly localized to epileptogenic zones. The goal of the present study was to investigate the potential usefulness of noninvasive localization of high-frequency epileptic activity for epilepsy surgery. METHODS Data obtained in 4 patients, who had seizures during routine(More)
PURPOSE Invasive intracranial recordings have suggested that high-frequency oscillation is involved in epileptogenesis and is highly localized to epileptogenic zones. The aim of the present study is to characterize the frequency and spatial patterns of high-frequency brain signals in childhood epilepsy using a non-invasive technology. METHODS Thirty(More)
Recent studies have revealed the importance of high-frequency brain signals (>70 Hz). One challenge of high-frequency signal analysis is that the size of time-frequency representation of high-frequency brain signals could be larger than 1 terabytes (TB), which is beyond the upper limits of a typical computer workstation's memory (<196 GB). The aim of the(More)
In recent years, there has been a growing interest on the role of gamma band (>30 Hz) neural oscillations in motor control, although the function of this activity in motor control is unknown clearly. With the goal of discussing the high frequency sources non-invasively and precisely during unilateral index finger movement, we investigated gamma band(More)
Recent studies in adults have found consistent contralateral high gamma activities in the sensorimotor cortex during unilateral finger movement. However, no study has reported on this same phenomenon in children. We hypothesized that contralateral high gamma activities also exist in children during unilateral finger movement. Sixty normal children (6–17(More)
Hemispheric specialization or asymmetry in higher brain functions such as language is well accepted. This study was designed to quantitatively determine if the hemispheric asymmetry is measurable in the somatosensory system. Twenty-two participants were studied with magnetoencephalography (MEG) while their left and right index fingers were stimulated in(More)
BACKGROUND Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is increasingly used in the presurgical evaluation of pediatric seizure patients. Many pediatric patients require sedation or anesthesia to tolerate these exams. However, the available literature on anesthetic management in this population is very limited. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed the records of all(More)