The 4-aminopyridine (4-AP) model of epilepsy allows for the induction of epileptiform
activity while preserving excitatory and inhibitory synaptic activity.
The present study supports this view because the brain concentration of RDX correlated positively with the time to seizure initiation and because RDX reduced GABAergic transmission and induced epileptiform
activity in isolated brain slices.
The following four chapters interpret example EEG patterns of diffuse slowing, focal abnormalities, epileptiform
abnormalities, seizures, periodic epileptiform
discharges, and coma.
An EEG revealing an epileptiform
activity increases risk more than nonspecific (focal slowing) abnormalities.
Sevoflurane anaesthesia in children after induction of anaesthesia with midazolam and thiopental does not cause epileptiform
When we fall in with these epileptiform
enthusiasms aimed at advancing the well-being of our patients, we are sometimes sorry in retrospect for the harm we caused, but are comforted by the thought that we were doing the best we could with the knowledge of the time.
Selected writings on Epilepsy and Epileptiform
On the sensitivity of the human brain to magnetic fields: Evocation of epileptiform
Chronic focal epileptiform
discharges induced by injection of iron into rat and cat cortex.
There was no evidence of epileptiform
activity on EEG throughout the 24 hours.
The question is: can subclinical seizures, or abnormal brain waves, that are epileptiform
(demonstrating spikes or sharp waves which signify an increased risk of developing seizures) account for some of the symptoms in autism such as language dysfunction?
In these networks it has provided a unique measure of the activity-dependence of excitatory synaptic strengths and latencies underlying coordinated, epileptiform