Epileptic Encephalopathy in Children with Risk Factors for Brain Damage
In the first and second rows of the figure appear three EEG segments from the recording obtained at 9 months (a, b, c). It can be noted the presence of hypsarrhythmia (a–c), slow spike and sharp-wave complexes (around 1.4 Hz), particularly in frontal regions (a), and also discharges of burst-suppression (b, c). In the second and third rows of the figure there are another three EEG segments (d, e, f) but now recorded at 4 years old. It can be observed (d, e) generalized discharges of slow spike and sharp-wave complexes (around 1.0 Hz) and recruiting rhythm (f).