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The purpose of this study is to assess the thalamus area of the brain using stereotactic electroencephalography (an EEG with deep electrode placement inside the brain) to better understand its role in the starting and spreading of epileptic seizure activity.
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The purpose of this study is to develop and validate all components of a minimally-invasive seizure detection and forecasting system.
The purpose of this study is to characterize and study the relationship of the clinical risk factors and predictors of seizures and epilepsy in patients with Early Onset Alzheimer's Disease (EOAD) using a 48-hour CAA-EEG.
The purpose of this study is to track neuropsychiatric symptoms in patients with epilepsy.
The purpose of this study is to assess how accurately a portable single-channel EEG device (Epilog™ by Epitel) detects generalized non-convulsive seizures, and to determine the feasibility of use of this device in an acute setting such as the Emergency Department (ED).
The purpose if this study to combine state of the art cerebral signal processing techniques and localization methods with intracranial electrode recordings to investigate the interaction of local hippocampal and neocortical networks with distributed brain activity.
The purpose of this study is to advance our understanding of the connectivity, causal role, and dynamic modulation of inter-areal communication in the human brain by recording electrocorticographic (ECoG) and stereoencephalographic (SEEG) brain signals during visual, auditory and sensory-motor tasks in patients awaiting invasive brain surgery with a particular focus on cortical networks engaged in perception of speech, language, and music.
The purpose of this study is to determine measurement difference and variability of bispectral index (BIS) values when monitored in a bilateral frontal montage.
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