Firing patterns of human limbic neurons during stereoencephalography (SEEG) and clinical temporal lobe seizures.


Comparisons of the patterns of neuronal firing and stereoencephalography (SEEG) recorded from the same microelectrodes chronically implanted in the human limbic system were made in order to study neuronal electrogenesis at onset and during propagation of focal partial complex seizures. Alert or sleeping patients were monitored during spontaneous subclinical… (More)


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