Nonlinear EEG biomarker profiles for autism and absence epilepsy

@inproceedings{Bosl2017NonlinearEB,
  title={Nonlinear EEG biomarker profiles for autism and absence epilepsy},
  author={William J. Bosl and Tobias Loddenkemper and Charles A. Nelson},
  year={2017}
}
Background: Although autism and epilepsy are considered to be different disorders, epileptiform EEG activity is common in people with autism even when overt seizures are not present. The relatively high comorbidity between autism and all epilepsy syndromes suggests the possibility of common underlying neurophysiological mechanisms. Although many different epilepsies may be comorbid with autism, absence epilepsy is a generalized epilepsy syndrome with seizures that appear as staring spells, with… CONTINUE READING

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