Neurophysiological aspects of pattern-sensitive epilepsy.

@article{Wilkins1979NeurophysiologicalAO,
  title={Neurophysiological aspects of pattern-sensitive epilepsy.},
  author={Arnold J. Wilkins and C E Darby and C. D. Binnie},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={1979},
  volume={102 1},
  pages={1-25}
}
The capacity of striped patterns (square-wave gratings) to induce paroxysmal EEG activity in a group of pattern-sensitive epileptic patients is shown to depend on: 1. The spatial frequency of the pattern. The optimum spatial frequency lies between 1 and 4 cycles/degree in every patient tested. 2. The orientation of the pattern. Although, for the patient group as a whole, no one orientation is consistently more likely to induce paroxysmal activity than any other, the responses of individual… CONTINUE READING

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