Non-invasively recorded transient pathological high-frequency oscillations in the epileptic brain: a novel signature of seizure evolution

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Non-invasively recorded transient pathological high-frequency oscillations in the epileptic brain: a novel signature of seizure evolution

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Title: Non-invasively recorded transient pathological high-frequency oscillations in the epileptic brain: a novel signature of seizure evolution
Author: Stamoulis, Catherine; Chang, Bernard

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Citation: Stamoulis, Catherine, and Bernard Chang. 2015. “Non-invasively recorded transient pathological high-frequency oscillations in the epileptic brain: a novel signature of seizure evolution.” BMC Neuroscience 16 (Suppl 1): P32.
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