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Continuous slow, lateralized right hemisphere. While "spilling over" to the left frontal region, the polymorphic delta activity is clearly predominant over the right hemisphere. This type of slowing almost invariably is associated with a structural hemispheric lesion. This patient had a large right middle cerebral artery infarct.
Continuous slow, lateralized left hemisphere. This polymorphic delta activity was continuous throughout the record. This patient had a left hemisphere neoplasm.
Continuous slow, regional right temporal. This polymorphic delta activity is somewhat more focal than that shown in the first image above, with a maximum in the temporal chain. Little such activity is evident in the central chain, but enough to exclude a T4 electrode artifact. The slowing shows phase reversals at T4, indicating a maximum at that electrode.
Continuous slow, regional left temporal. This polymorphic delta activity is somewhat more focal than that in the second image above, with a maximum in the temporal chain. The phase reversals at T3 indicate a maximum at that electrode.
Intermittent slow, lateralized left hemisphere. This brief burst of delta activity is seen in the temporal and central areas. This is a much "weaker" finding than continuous slowing, and much less reliably associated with a structural lesion. This is indicative of mild dysfunction in that region.
Asymmetry, increased beta, regional right frontocentral. The beta activity is increased in amplitude in the right frontocentral region. This is a "breach rhythm" and is caused most often by a skull defect (in this case a burr hole).
Periodic lateralized epileptiform discharges (PLEDS), regional left centrotemporal. The repetitive discharges occur with a periodicity of about 1 second. Polymorphic delta activity is seen over the left hemisphere, but the classification as PLEDS already implies severe focal dysfunction. In addition, it indicates an acute destructive process and very high (80%) risk of seizures.
Periodic lateralized epileptiform discharges (PLEDS), lateralized right hemisphere. The repetitive discharges occur with a periodicity of 2-4 seconds. PLEDS are associated with severe focal dysfunction and with acute destructive processes and very high (80%) risk of seizures.
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