Supachan Traitruengsakul

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A novel methodology is proposed for identifying epileptiform discharges associated with individuals exhibiting Infantile Spasms (ISS) also known as West Syndrome, which is characterized by electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings exhibiting hypsarrythmia (HYPS). The approach to identify these discharges consists of three stages: first - construct the(More)
Infantile spasms (ISS) is a devastating epileptic syndrome that affects children under the age of 1 year. The diagnosis of ISS is based on the semiology of the seizure and the electroencephalogram (EEG) background characterized by hypsarrhythmia (HYPS). However, even skilled electrophysiologists may interpret the EEG of children with ISS differently, and(More)
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