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  • The epileptic network of Lennox-Gastaut syndrome: Cortically driven and reproducible across age. [Journal Article]
  • NeurNeurology 2019 Jun 21
  • Warren AEL, Harvey AS, … Archer JS
  • CONCLUSIONS: We show reproducible evidence of a cortically driven process within the epileptic network of LGS. This network is present early (in children) and late (in older patients) in the course of the syndrome and across diverse etiologies of epilepsy, suggesting that LGS reflects shared "secondary network" involvement. A cortical-to-subcortical hierarchy is postulated whereby GPFA rapidly propagates from prefrontal cortex to the brainstem via extrapyramidal corticoreticular pathways, whereas the thalamus is engaged secondarily.
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