SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • 1
    Raichle ME, Grubb LR Jr, Gado MH, Eichling JO, Ter-Pogossian MM. Correlation between regional cerebral blood flow and oxidative metabolism. Arch Neurol 1976;33:5236.
  • 2
    Kuhl DE, Engel J Jr, Phelps ME, Selin C. Epileptic patterns of local cerebral metabolism and perfusion in humans determined by emission computed tomography of 18FDG and 13NH3. Ann Neurol 1980;8:34860.
  • 3
    Lebrun-Grandie P, Baron JC, Soussaline F, Loch'h C, Sastre J, Bousser MG. Coupling between regional blood flow and oxygen utilization in the normal human brain; a study with positron tomography and oxygen 15. Arch Neurol 1983;40:2306.
  • 4
    Lou HC, Edvisson L, MacKenzie ET. The concept of coupling blood flow to brain function: revision required Ann Neurol 1987;22:28997.
  • 5
    Ingvar DH. Regional cerebral blood flow in focal cortical epilepsy. Stroke 1973;4:35960.
  • 6
    Lee BI, Markand ON, Siddiqui AR, et al. Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) brain imaging using HIPDM: intractable complex partial seizures. Neurology 1986;36:14717.
  • 7
    Rowe C, Berkovic S, Sia STB, et al. Localization of epileptic foci with postictal single photon emission computed tomography. Ann Neurol 1989;26:6608.
  • 8
    Marks DA, Katz A, Hoffer PB, Spencer SS. Localization of extratemporal epileptic foci during ictal single photon emission tomography. Ann Neurol 1992;31:2505.
  • 9
    Stefan H, Bauer J, Feistel H, et al. Regional cerebral blood flow during focal seizures of temporal or frontocentral onset. Ann Neurol 1990;27:1626.
  • 10
    Duncan R, Patterson J, Roberts R, Hadley DM, Bone I. Ictal/postictal SPECT in the presurgical localization of complex partial seizures. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1993;56:1418.
  • 11
    Newton MR, Berkovic SF, Austin MC, Rowe CC, McKay WJ, Bladin PF. SPECT in the localization of extratemporal and temporal seizure foci. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1995;59:2630.
  • 12
    Spencer SS. The relative contributions of MRI, SPECT, and PET imaging in epilepsy. Epilepsia 1994;35(suppl 6):S7289.
  • 13
    Ho SS, Berkovic SF, Berlangieri SU, et al. Comparison of ictal SPECT and interictal PET in the presurgical evaluation of temporal lobe epilepsy. Ann Neurol 1995;37:73845.
  • 14
    Mastin ST, Drane WE, Gilmore RL, et al. Prospective localization of epileptogenic foci: comparison of PET and SPECT with site of surgery and clinical outcome. Radiology 1996;199:37580.
  • 15
    Lee BI, Lee JD, Kim JY, et al. Single photon emission computed tomography-EEG relations in temporal epilepsy. Neurology 1997;49:98191.
  • 16
    Pellizarri CA, Chen GTY, Spelbring DR, Weichelbaum RR, Chen CT. Accurate three-dimensional registration of CT, PET and/or MRI images of the brain. J Comp Assist Tomogr 1989;13:206.
  • 17
    Zubal IG, Spencer SS, Imam K, et al. Difference images calculated from ictal and interictal Tc-99m-HMPAO SPECT scans of epilepsy. J Nucl Med 1995;36:6849.
  • 18
    Spanaki MV, Spencer SS, Wisniewski G, MacMullan J, Seibyl J, Zubal IG. Evolution and localization of postictal blood flow changes in partial seizures demonstrated by SPECT: use of quantitative difference images. J Epilepsy 1998;11:2533.
  • 19
    Engel J Jr. Outcome with respect to epileptic seizures. In: EngelJJr, eds. Surgical treatment of the epilepsies. New York : Raven Press, 1993:60921.
  • 20
    Spencer SS, Katz A. Arriving at the surgical options for intractable seizures. Semin Neurol 1990;10:42230.
  • 21
    Spencer SS. Intracranial recording. In: SpencerSS, SpencerDD, eds. Contemporary issues in neurological surgery: surgery for epilepsy. Boston : Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1991:5468.
  • 22
    Gibbs FA. Cerebral blood flow preceding and accompanying experimental convulsions. Arch Neurol Psychiatry 1933;30:100310.
  • 23
    Gibbs FA, Lennox WG, Gibbs EL. Cerebral blood flow preceding and accompanying epileptic seizures in man. Arch Neurol Psychiatry 1934;32:25772.
  • 24
    Penfield W, Von Santha K, Cipriani A. Cerebral blood flow during induced epileptiform seizures in animals and man. J Neurophysiol 1939;2:25767.
  • 25
    Devous MD Sr. Leroy RF, Holman RW. Single photon emission computerized tomography in epilepsy. Semin Nucl Med 1990;20:32541.
  • 26
    Kung HF, Molnar M, Billings J, Wicks R, Blau M. Synthesis and biodistribution of neutral lipid-soluble Tc-99m complexes that cross the blood-brain barrier. J Nucl Med 1984;25:32632.
  • 27
    Leonard JP, Nowotnik DP, Neirinckx RD. Technetium-99m-d,1-HM-PAO: a new radiopharmaceutical for imaging regional brain perfusion using SPECT-A comparison with iodine-123 HIPDM. J Nucl Med 1986;27:181923.
  • 28
    Jibiki I, Yamagushi N, Matsuda H, Hisada K. Fluctuations of interictal brain imaging in repeated 123I-IMP SPECT scans in an epileptic patient. J Neurol 1990;237:3725.
  • 29
    Jibiki I, Yamagushi N, Matsuda H, Hisada K. Imaging of propagated sites of epileptic discharges in repeated 123I-IMP SPECT scans. Eur Neurol 1990;30:2746.
  • 30
    Jibiki I, Yamagushi N, Matsuda H, Hisada K. Paradoxical enhancement of hypoperfusion single photon emission CT images in epileptic focus with bemegride activation. Eur Neurol 1992;32:14650.
  • 31
    Lang W, Podreka I, Suess E, Muller C, Zeitlhofer J, Deecke L. Single photon emission computerized tomography during and between seizures. J Neurol 1988;235:27784.
  • 32
    Jibiki I, Yamagushi N. Seizure propagation observed from SPECT brain imaging. Jpn J Psychiatr Neurol 1991;45:2614.
  • 33
    Newton MR, Berkovic SF, Austin MC, et al. The postictal switch: rapid changes in blood flow after focal seizures shown by HMPAO SPECT [Abstract]. J Nucl Med 1990;31:711.
  • 34
    Rowe CC, Berkovic SF, Austin MC, McKay WJ, Bladin PF. Patterns of postictal cerebral blood flow in temporal lobe epilepsy: qualitative and quantitative analysis. Neurology 1991;41:1096103.
  • 35
    Newton MR, Berkovic SF, Austin MC, Rowe CC, McKay WJ, Bladin PF. Postictal switch in blood flow distribution and temporal lobe seizures. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1992;55:8914.