Primary versus secondary bilateral synchrony

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Title: Primary versus secondary bilateral synchrony
Author: S Hashemi Fesharaki MD, Neurologist
Afillation: Pars General Hospital
In some patients with focal epilepsy, a focal epileptiform discharge may spread so
rapidly throughout the brain that its distribution on scalp EEG resembles that of a
―genuine‖ generalized discharge. This phenomenon is called secondary bilateral
synchrony. It may occur as a generalized interictal discharge or at the onset of a
generalized EEG seizure.

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