Forbidden ordinal patterns of periictal intracranial EEG indicate deterministic dynamics in human epileptic seizures.

@article{Schindler2011ForbiddenOP,
  title={Forbidden ordinal patterns of periictal intracranial EEG indicate deterministic dynamics in human epileptic seizures.},
  author={Kaspar Schindler and Heidemarie Gast and Lennart Stieglitz and Alexander Stibal and Martinus Hauf and Roland Wiest and Luigi Mariani and Christian Rummel},
  journal={Epilepsia},
  year={2011},
  volume={52 10},
  pages={1771-80}
}
PURPOSE Epileptic seizures typically reveal a high degree of stereotypy, that is, for an individual patient they are characterized by an ordered and predictable sequence of symptoms and signs with typically little variability. Stereotypy implies that ictal neuronal dynamics might have deterministic characteristics, presumably most pronounced in the ictogenic parts of the brain, which may provide diagnostically and therapeutically important information. Therefore the goal of our study was to… CONTINUE READING

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