Hippocampal High-Frequency Stimulation Inhibites the Progression of Rapid Kindling-Induced Seizure in Rats

@article{Gori2013HippocampalHS,
  title={Hippocampal High-Frequency Stimulation Inhibites the Progression of Rapid Kindling-Induced Seizure in Rats},
  author={B. Gori and M. Pereyra and Lucas Toibaro and C. Brescacin and G. Battaglia and J. Pastorino and Ariela Smigliani and M. Galardi and S. Kochen},
  journal={Neuroscience and Medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={2013},
  pages={71-76}
}
  • B. Gori, M. Pereyra, +6 authors S. Kochen
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine
  • Neuroscience and Medicine
  • Epilepsy is one of the most common serious neurological disorders. Pharmacoresistant epilepsy patients are poorly controlled or their seizures are refractory to drug treatment. Resective surgery is frequently a promising therapy in this population, however, not all the patients meet the eligibility criteria for the surgical treatment. Deep brain stimulation has been investigated in clinical studies and animal studies as an alternative treatment, but the optimal stimulation parameters… CONTINUE READING

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