Insights into Seizure Propagation from Axonal Conduction Times
The term “secondarily generalized seizure” refers to a generalized seizure that was initiated in a spatially localized epileptic focus and then spread to eventually involve the whole cortex. Clearly the occurrence of such a seizure implies that seizure activity must be capable of propagating throughout the brain. Along which pathways does this propagation occur?
KeywordsConduction Velocity Hippocampal Slice Seizure Activity Seizure Propagation Myelinated Axon
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