Blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) response related to interictal activity was evaluated in a patient with post-traumatic focal epilepsy at repeated continuous electroencephalogram (EEG)-functional magnetic resonance imaging examinations. Lateralized interictal EEG activity induced a main cluster of activation co-localized with the anatomical lesion. Spreading of EEG interictal activity to both frontal lobes evoked bilateral clusters of activation indicating that topography of BOLD response might depend on the spatial distribution of epileptiform activity.

EEG topography-specific BOLD changes: a continuous EEG-fMRI study in a patient with focal epilepsy

COSOTTINI, MIRCO;SARTUCCI, FERDINANDO;MURRI, LUIGI
2010

Abstract

Blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) response related to interictal activity was evaluated in a patient with post-traumatic focal epilepsy at repeated continuous electroencephalogram (EEG)-functional magnetic resonance imaging examinations. Lateralized interictal EEG activity induced a main cluster of activation co-localized with the anatomical lesion. Spreading of EEG interictal activity to both frontal lobes evoked bilateral clusters of activation indicating that topography of BOLD response might depend on the spatial distribution of epileptiform activity.
Cosottini, Mirco; Pesaresi, I; Maritato, P; Belmonte, G; Taddei, A; Sartucci, Ferdinando; Mascalchi, M; Murri, Luigi
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