The study aims at a better definition of continuous spike-waves during sleep (CSWS) with an early thalamic lesion, focusing on various grades of sleep-potentiated epileptiform activity (SPEA). Their possible relationship with different clinical features was studied to try to define prognostic factors of the epileptic disorder, especially relating to behavior/cognitive outcome, in order to improve prevention and treatment strategies.

Losito, E., Battaglia, D. I., Chieffo, D., Raponi, M., Ranalli, D., Contaldo, I., Giansanti, C., De Clemente, V., Quintiliani, M., Antichi, E., Verdolotti, T., De Waure, C., Tartaglione, T., Mercuri, E. M., Guzzetta, F., Sleep-potentiated epileptiform activity in early thalamic injuries: Study in a large series (60 cases), <<EPILEPSY RESEARCH>>, N/A; 109 (N/A): 90-99. [doi:10.1016/j.eplepsyres.2014.10.015] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/65124]

Sleep-potentiated epileptiform activity in early thalamic injuries: Study in a large series (60 cases)

Battaglia, Domenica Immacolata;Chieffo, D;De Waure, Chiara;Tartaglione, Tommaso;Mercuri, Eugenio Maria;
2014

Abstract

The study aims at a better definition of continuous spike-waves during sleep (CSWS) with an early thalamic lesion, focusing on various grades of sleep-potentiated epileptiform activity (SPEA). Their possible relationship with different clinical features was studied to try to define prognostic factors of the epileptic disorder, especially relating to behavior/cognitive outcome, in order to improve prevention and treatment strategies.
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Losito, E., Battaglia, D. I., Chieffo, D., Raponi, M., Ranalli, D., Contaldo, I., Giansanti, C., De Clemente, V., Quintiliani, M., Antichi, E., Verdolotti, T., De Waure, C., Tartaglione, T., Mercuri, E. M., Guzzetta, F., Sleep-potentiated epileptiform activity in early thalamic injuries: Study in a large series (60 cases), <<EPILEPSY RESEARCH>>, N/A; 109 (N/A): 90-99. [doi:10.1016/j.eplepsyres.2014.10.015] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/65124]
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