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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : SW / spike-wave

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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2016 Selective sensitization of C-fiber nociceptors by hydrogen sulfide. i.pl
2015 Subcortical modulation in auditory processing and auditory hallucinations. arEW, BPRS, EW, fMRI
2014 A computational study of stimulus driven epileptic seizure abatement. ---
2014 Sleep-potentiated epileptiform activity in early thalamic injuries: Study in a large series (60 cases). CSWS, ESES, SPEA
2013 Neurophysiology of juvenile myoclonic epilepsy. JME, MJ, PSW, TMS
2012 A brief history on the oscillating roles of thalamus and cortex in absence seizures. ---
2011 A chimpanzee recognizes synthetic speech with significantly reduced acoustic cues to phonetic content. NV
2011 Benign myoclonic epilepsy in infancy followed by childhood absence epilepsy. BMEI, CAE, IGE, VPA
2009 Absence seizures: a review of recent reports with new concepts. GTC
10  2009 Transition from cortical slow oscillations of sleep to spike-wave seizures. CSOs
11  2007 Is ethosuximide a risk factor for generalised tonic-clonic seizures in absence epilepsy? AE, AED, GTCS
12  2007 [The influence of electrical stimulation of the paleocerebellar cortex upon spike-wave activity induced at the early stage of corazol-induced kindling in rats]. ---
13  2005 Increased propensity to seizures after chronic cortical deafferentation in vivo. ---
14  2003 Assessment of acute morbidity and mortality in nonconvulsive status epilepticus. NCSE
15  2003 Sleep oscillations developing into seizures in corticothalamic systems. GABA, IPSPs, PDSs, PSW, TC
16  2000 Neuronal and glial membrane potentials during sleep and paroxysmal oscillations in the neocortex. ---
17  2000 [Absence status epilepsy]. AS, BZ, i.v, PSW
18  1999 Are there generalised spike waves and typical absences in benign rolandic epilepsy? AS, BECTS, CAE, EEG
19  1999 Intracellular study of excitability in the seizure-prone neocortex in vivo. EPSPs, IPSPs, PDSs
20  1999 Membrane capacitance of cortical neurons and glia during sleep oscillations and spike-wave seizures. ---
21  1999 Spontaneous and artificial activation of neocortical seizures. PDSs
22  1999 [Febrile seizures: is EEG useful?]. EEG
23  1999 [Perinatal antecedents, psychomotor retardation, learning difficulties and family history. Are they a risk factor for epilepsy?]. EEG
24  1998 Chromosome 20 ring: a chromosomal disorder associated with a particular electroclinical pattern. FISH, MR, SFT
25  1998 Spike-wave complexes and fast components of cortically generated seizures. I. Role of neocortex and thalamus. GABAA, PSW
26  1998 Spike-wave complexes and fast components of cortically generated seizures. II. Extra- and intracellular patterns. FRB, PSW, RS
27  1998 Spike-wave complexes and fast components of cortically generated seizures. III. Synchronizing mechanisms. PSW
28  1998 Spike-wave complexes and fast components of cortically generated seizures. IV. Paroxysmal fast runs in cortical and thalamic neurons. PSW, RE, TC
29  1997 A comparison between one and three years of treatment in uncomplicated childhood epilepsy: a prospective study. II. The EEG as predictor of outcome after withdrawal of treatment. AED
30  1996 Cortical versus thalamic mechanisms underlying spike and wave discharges in GAERS. GAERS
31  1995 Diffuse spike-wave status of 9-year duration without behavioral change or intellectual decline. ESM
32  1995 Relations between cortical and thalamic cellular events during transition from sleep patterns to paroxysmal activity. RE, TC
33  1994 Dynamic coupling among neocortical neurons during evoked and spontaneous spike-wave seizure activity. EEG
34  1994 Source analysis of generalized spike-wave complexes. RV
35  1992 Role of the thalamic reticular nucleus in the generation of rhythmic thalamo-cortical activities subserving spike and waves. RTN, VP
36  1989 On the mechanism that encodes the movement of contrast variations: velocity discrimination. CM
37  1987 Day by day variations of the amount of spike-wave activity in 24 hour cassette recordings. ---
38  1987 Differences between two feline epilepsy models in sleep and waking state disorders, state dependency of seizures and seizure susceptibility: amygdala kindling interferes with systemic penicillin epilepsy. GTCs, IM, REM, SWS
39  1976 Computer recognition of generalized spike-wave discharges. ---