Scalp spindles are associated with widespread intracranial activity with unexpectedly low synchrony

@inproceedings{Frauscher2015ScalpSA,
  title={Scalp spindles are associated with widespread intracranial activity with unexpectedly low synchrony},
  author={Birgit Frauscher and Nicol{\'a}s von Ellenrieder and François Dubeau and Jean Gotman},
  booktitle={NeuroImage},
  year={2015}
}
In humans, the knowledge of intracranial correlates of spindles is mainly gathered from noninvasive neurophysiologic and functional imaging studies which provide an indirect estimate of neuronal intracranial activity. This potential limitation can be overcome by intracranial electroencephalography used in presurgical epilepsy evaluation. We investigated the intracranial correlates of scalp spindles using combined scalp and intracerebral depth electrodes covering the frontal, parietal and… CONTINUE READING