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Halász, P, Kelemen, A, Rosdy, B, Rásonyi, G, Clemens, B & Szűcs, A 2019, 'Perisylvian epileptic network revisited', Seizure, vol. 65, pp. 31-41. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.seizure.2018.12.003

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Halász, P., Kelemen, A., Rosdy, B., Rásonyi, G., Clemens, B., & Szűcs, A. (2019). Perisylvian epileptic network revisited. Seizure, 65, 31-41. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.seizure.2018.12.003

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Halász P, Kelemen A, Rosdy B, Rásonyi G, Clemens B, Szűcs A. 2019. Perisylvian epileptic network revisited. Seizure. 65:31-41. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.seizure.2018.12.003

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Halász P, Kelemen A, Rosdy B, Rásonyi G, Clemens B, Szűcs A. Perisylvian epileptic network revisited. Seizure. 2019 Feb 1;65:31-41. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.seizure.2018.12.003

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Halász, Péter ; Kelemen, Anna ; Rosdy, Bea ; Rásonyi, György ; Clemens, Béla ; Szűcs, Anna. / Perisylvian epileptic network revisited. In: Seizure. 2019 ; Vol. 65. pp. 31-41.

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title = "Perisylvian epileptic network revisited",
abstract = "We overview here the new data about the epileptic spectrum disorders within the frame of perisylvian epileptic network since our first trial to synthetize knowledge about this system epilepsy (Hal{\'a}sz et al., 2005). We found evidences for a continual features relating together syndromes constituting this spectrum disorder in several fields: in sharing genetic origin, in common perisylvian human communication circuitry, in NREM sleep related potentiation of interictal epileptiform discharges of the centro-temporal spike phenomenon and in the discharge related cognitive impairment, reflecting functional deficits in human communication abilities. The transformation of a part of the children to develop into a malignant course with different degree of residual cognitive loss, through compromising sleep plastic functions, by the epileptic discharges during sleep, beside pure genetic origin, is still under research. Both factual data and new conceptual approaches helps understand better the developmental childhood epilepsies.",
keywords = "Centro-temporal spike phenomenon, Childhood developmental epilepsies, Cognitive impairment, Electrical Status epilepticus in sleep, Landau-Kleffner syndrome, NREM sleep potentiation of interictal epileptic discharges, Panayiotopoulos syndrome, Perisylvian human communication network, Rolandic epilepsy, Spectrum disorders",
author = "P{\'e}ter Hal{\'a}sz and Anna Kelemen and Bea Rosdy and Gy{\"o}rgy R{\'a}sonyi and B{\'e}la Clemens and Anna Sz{\H u}cs",
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AU - Halász, Péter

AU - Kelemen, Anna

AU - Rosdy, Bea

AU - Rásonyi, György

AU - Clemens, Béla

AU - Szűcs, Anna

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N2 - We overview here the new data about the epileptic spectrum disorders within the frame of perisylvian epileptic network since our first trial to synthetize knowledge about this system epilepsy (Halász et al., 2005). We found evidences for a continual features relating together syndromes constituting this spectrum disorder in several fields: in sharing genetic origin, in common perisylvian human communication circuitry, in NREM sleep related potentiation of interictal epileptiform discharges of the centro-temporal spike phenomenon and in the discharge related cognitive impairment, reflecting functional deficits in human communication abilities. The transformation of a part of the children to develop into a malignant course with different degree of residual cognitive loss, through compromising sleep plastic functions, by the epileptic discharges during sleep, beside pure genetic origin, is still under research. Both factual data and new conceptual approaches helps understand better the developmental childhood epilepsies.

AB - We overview here the new data about the epileptic spectrum disorders within the frame of perisylvian epileptic network since our first trial to synthetize knowledge about this system epilepsy (Halász et al., 2005). We found evidences for a continual features relating together syndromes constituting this spectrum disorder in several fields: in sharing genetic origin, in common perisylvian human communication circuitry, in NREM sleep related potentiation of interictal epileptiform discharges of the centro-temporal spike phenomenon and in the discharge related cognitive impairment, reflecting functional deficits in human communication abilities. The transformation of a part of the children to develop into a malignant course with different degree of residual cognitive loss, through compromising sleep plastic functions, by the epileptic discharges during sleep, beside pure genetic origin, is still under research. Both factual data and new conceptual approaches helps understand better the developmental childhood epilepsies.

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KW - Childhood developmental epilepsies

KW - Cognitive impairment

KW - Electrical Status epilepticus in sleep

KW - Landau-Kleffner syndrome

KW - NREM sleep potentiation of interictal epileptic discharges

KW - Panayiotopoulos syndrome

KW - Perisylvian human communication network

KW - Rolandic epilepsy

KW - Spectrum disorders

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