Intracranial electroencephalography


Intracranial electroencephalography

Michael R. Sperling

(Atlas of electroencephalography, v. 3)

Elsevier, c1993

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The purpose of this atlas is to offer a comprehensive depiction of intracranial EEG and provide interpretations for each recording. These recordings have been compiled from a library of EEGs from well over 100 patients, with emphasis on variety and diversity. Each of the general types of intracranial EEG findings is illustrated in this text, and each is placed in its clinical context. The first chapter briefly reviews some features of normal intracranial EEG. The middle chapters of this atlas are organized as a series of case studies, each illustrating several points. The chapters are arranged in anatomic order, with emphasis on intracranial EEG from the temporal lobes. The final chapter shows EEG samples taken during electrocorticography. The volume is informative and useful for those learning to read intracranial EEG, and for those who desire a reference source. It also serves as a starting point for the development of a standard in intracranial EEG interpretation.


  • Part 1: normal intracranial EEG
  • occipital lobe
  • frontal lobe
  • mu rhythm
  • sleep spindles
  • sensitivity settings. Part 2: temporal lobe seizures
  • anterior hippocampus/amygdala
  • amygdala
  • posterior hippocampus/amygdala
  • regional hippocampus - simultaneous subdural/depth electrodes
  • anterior hippocampus/amygdala - simultaneous subdural/depth electrodes
  • temporal lobe neocortex (with parietal lobe)
  • multifocal temporal lobe - temporal lobe neocortex and hippocampus, combined hippocampus and orbitofrontal cortex
  • occipital-temporal neocortex
  • occipital-temporal neocortex-hippocampus. Part 3: frontal, parietal and occipital epilepsies
  • orbitofrontal
  • frontal
  • parietal
  • occipital. Part 4: nonlocalized seizures. Part 5: electrocorticography
  • venous pulsation artifact
  • frontal interictal spikes
  • spike burst suppression
  • focal burst suppression
  • methohexital effect
  • propofol effect
  • electrical stimulation - afterdischarge.

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