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Later, a focal spike-and-wave discharge is apparent in the left frontocentrotemporal region (with some reflection on the right) and quickly evolves into a generalized spike-and-wave discharge. 44 THE ROLE OF ROUTINE SCALP ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY compared with the other. Finding such evidence may sometimes be facilitated with examination of the IEDs on an expanded timescale. The occurrence of focal discharges in the region of onset without secondary bilateral synchrony is also helpful. In addition, regional “fragments” of the generalized IEDs in primary generalized epilepsy are often seen [48, 49].
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