What graph theory actually tells us about resting state interictal MEG epileptic activity

@inproceedings{Niso2015WhatGT,
  title={What graph theory actually tells us about resting state interictal MEG epileptic activity},
  author={Guiomar Niso and Sira Carrasco and Mar{\'i}a Gud{\'i}n and Fernando Maest{\'u} and Francisco Del-Pozo and Ernesto Pereda},
  booktitle={NeuroImage: Clinical},
  year={2015}
}
Graph theory provides a useful framework to study functional brain networks from neuroimaging data. In epilepsy research, recent findings suggest that it offers unique insight into the fingerprints of this pathology on brain dynamics. Most studies hitherto have focused on seizure activity during focal epilepsy, but less is known about functional epileptic brain networks during interictal activity in frontal focal and generalized epilepsy. Besides, it is not clear yet which measures are most… CONTINUE READING
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