Photosensitive epilepsy. Electrophysiological aspects.

Abstract

Intermittent light stimulation (ILS) is more effective to trigger electroencephalographic paroxysms when the patient remains with his eyes closed. In order to evaluate the relative value of the different factors involved, 9 patients of matched age and sex were studied. EEG with ILS, electroretinogram and visual evoked potentials with a flash stimulus were… (More)

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