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mechanism and applications of Leão"s spreading depression of electroencephalographic activity

by Jan BuresМ„

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Published by Academia, Academic Press in Prague, New York .
Written in English


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Statement[by] Jan Bures̆, Olga Bures̆ová, [and] Jiri Kr̆ivánek.
ContributionsBures̆ová, Olga., Kr̆ivánek, Jir̆í.
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ISBN 100121429601

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Mechanism and applications of Leão"s spreading depression of electroencephalographic activity by Jan BuresМ„ Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mechanism and Applications of Leao's Spreading Depression of Electroencephalographic Activity [Jan Bures] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Abstract. Long before the concept of autowaves was formulated and generally recognized, a phenomenon of this class had been described in the vertebrate brain [l,2], Leão’s [2] spreading EEG depression (SD) is characterized by a decrease of electrical activity which propagates from the point of stimulation as a concentric wave with the velocity of 3 mm/min over the cerebral Cited by: 9.

Electroencephalography (EEG) is a routine procedure, used mainly to localize the origin of epileptic seizures but also To record the electrical activity of the brain, 8 to 16 pairs of electrodes are attached to the scalp.

Each pair of electrodes transmits a signal to one of several recording channels of the electroencephalograph. This signal. Define electroencephalographic. electroencephalographic synonyms, electroencephalographic pronunciation, electroencephalographic translation, English dictionary definition of electroencephalographic.

(EEG) recording of brain activity before and after training (resulting in EEG-derived images), and they filled out self-report surveys of. Modern Electroencephalographic Assessment Techniques: Theory and Applications presents numerous signal processing and connectivity analysis methodologies addressing a wide variety of clinical applications including epilepsy, schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease and even alcoholism.

Among the different topics addressed, the neurophysiological basis of cognitive processes is 5/5(1). ON THE CONDITIONS FOR THE RECORDING OF LEAO'S SPREADING DEPRESSION ~ A VAN HARREVELD, M D and JOHN S STAMM, Ph D 2 IVdham G Kerckho[f Laboratortes of the Btologtcal Sciences, Cah]o~ nla Instttute of Technology, Pasadena, Cahfornta Marshall () has raised the question whether Leto's (a) spreading cortical depres- sion is a normal Cited by: Its main applications are in assessment of cerebral function rather than for detecting structural abnormalities.

The principal clinical applications are in epilepsy, states of altered consciousness including postanoxic and traumatic coma, the parasomnias, dementias, toxic confusional states, cerebral infections, and various other encephalopathies.

While studying experimental epilepsy in rabbits, Leao described an observation whereby a stimulus could produce a wave of depolarization followed by depression of the spontaneous electrical activity of the cortex.

This loss of activity slowly spread to adjacent brain tissue at a rate of 2–5 mm/ the depression, the sensory cortex was no longer able to register Cited by: 1.

Modern Electroencephalographic Assessment Techniques: Theory and Applications presents numerous signal processing and connectivity analysis methodologies addressing a wide variety of clinical applications including epilepsy, schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, and even alcoholism.

Among the different topics addressed, the neurophysiological basis of cognitive processes is. Changes in electroencephalographic activity during observation, preparation, and execution of a motor learning task. Nakano H(1), Osumi M, Ueta K, Kodama T, Morioka S.

Author information: (1)1Department of Neurorehabilitation, Graduate School of Health Science, Kio University, Cited by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Development and Clinical Application of Electroencephalographic Bispectrum Monitoring Article Literature Review in Anesthesiology 93(5) December with Reads. Electroencephalography is the neurophysiologic measurement of the electrical activity of the brain by recording from electrodes placed on the scalp or, in special cases, on the cortex.

The. While for most excitable tissue the basis for the impressed current density i is the propagating action potential, for the EEG it appears to arise from the action of a chemical transmitter on postsynaptic cortical neurons.

The action causes localized depolarization - that is, an excitatory postsynaptic potential (EPSP) - or hyperpolarization - that is, an inhibitory postsynaptic.

Electroencephalography (EEG) is best suited for long-term monitoring of brain functions in patients with disorders of consciousness (DOC). Mathematical tools are needed to facilitate efficient interpretation of long-duration sleep-wake EEG recordings.

Starting with matching pursuit (MP) decomposition, we automatically detect and parametrize sleep spindles, Cited by: Faculty: Hobbs Clinical: Dr. William Hobbs provides clinical electroencephalographic and evoked potential interpretations to the UVA Medical Center, as part of clinical services for the UVA Health System.

Hobbs is an experienced neuropsychiatrist and neurophysiologist who has worked extensively with the Epilepsy Surgery Assessment Team. Education: Dr. Hobbs is the course. delta activity) is a phenomenon generally observed in coma. The same kind of ob-served spindles-coma (SC) may not necessary represent the same mechanism as sleep spindles in normal sleep process.

Therefore, classical criteria for sleep staging [34] cannot be directly applied to recordings from patients with DOC. Electroencephalographic activity of preterm infants is increased by Family Nurture Intervention: A randomized controlled trial in the NICU ), depression and psychotic disorders (Nosarti et al., ), and autism spectrum disorder (Pinto-Martin et al., ).

Numer. stimulation there is depression of cortical activity under the nearest pair of recording electrodes (, inset), and within a further 4 minutes the depression has reached the last electrode (7, inset).

paresthesias aphasia 1cm post face area dyschromatopsia prosopagnosia V8 lat inf post sup lat ideational apraxia CSD: cortical spreading. Recent findings suggest that specific neural correlates for the key elements of basic emotions do exist and can be identified by neuroimaging techniques.

In this paper, electroencephalogram (EEG) is used to explore the markers for video-induced emotions. The problem is approached from a classifier perspective: the features that perform best in classifying person&#x;s Cited by: 8. Background Although N20 has been used for over a century as an anesthetic adjuvant its effect on electroencephalographic (EEG) activity is poorly understood because it is most often studied in the presence of additional anesthetics, such as potent inhaled anesthetics.

We examined the EEG effects of N20 in rats using a hyperbaric chamber that permitted N20 to Author: M. L. LeDuc, R. Atherley, S. L. Jinks, J. F. Antognini.Electroencephalographic (EEG) Technologist - Universities and Colleges: Clarkson University: Colorado School of Mines: Dalhousie University.Visually induced gamma-band responses in human electroencephalographic activity- a link to animal studies Received: 6 July / Accepted: 13 May Abstract Visual presentation of an object produces fir- ing patterns in cell assemblies representing the features of the object.