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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 aim of this protocol is to design a measurement paradigm that reliably detects EEG oscillatory patterns during movement, relaxation, or imagination. These techniques will be applied to normal controls and dystonic patients to define differences in the patterns between the two groups.
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.
Altered mental status (AMS) is one of the most common reasons for inpatient neurology consultation. Non-convulsive status epilepticus (NCSE) is frequently on the differential diagnosis of the patient with AMS. NCSE becomes more refractory to treatment after one hour of seizure activity, making rapid identification and treatment of NCSE of great clinical importance. Currently, an electroencephalogram (EEG) technologist must be called in from home during non-workday hours in order to obtain a stat EEG. The investigators propose the time required for diagnosis of NCSE at Mayo Clinic can be significantly decreased with rapid placement of an EEG cap by the onsite neurology residents.
The purpose of this study is to connect brain inflammation measured by biomarkers, with data from advanced EEG technology, and clinical outcomes to provide new predictive information about seizure activity in children with critical brain injuries and epilepsy.
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