Here is my live-tweeting from this Special Interest Group session from the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society on Dec. 6 in Seattle, WA, collected in Storify.
These sessions, where very experimented clinicians and neurophysiologists discuss the relationships between the clinical features of seizures (semiology) and the brain areas involved in the seizure revealed by intracranial EEG, are extremely valuable to young clinicians and researchers interested in epilepsy and its neurophysiological underpinnings. The speakers for this session were:
- Dr. Philippe Kahane, from Grenoble University
- Dr. Hans Lüders, from Case Western Reserve University
- Dr. Andrew Bleasel, from the University of Sydney Medical School
- Dr. Charles Szabo, from the University of Texas at San Antonio