All Relations between Epilepsy, Temporal Lobe and hippocampus

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G W Mathern, J K Pretorius, H I Kornblum, D Mendoza, A Lozada, J P Leite, L Chimelli, D E Born, I Fried, A C Sakamoto, J A Assirati, W J Peacock, G A Ojemann, P D Adelso. Altered hippocampal kainate-receptor mRNA levels in temporal lobe epilepsy patients. Neurobiology of disease vol 5 issue 3 1999 9848088 this study determined whether hippocampal kainate (ka) receptor mrna levels were increased or decreased in temporal lobe epilepsy patients compared with nonseizure autopsies. 1999-01-07 2022-01-10 Not clear
G W Mathern, J K Pretorius, H I Kornblum, D Mendoza, A Lozada, J P Leite, L Chimelli, D E Born, I Fried, A C Sakamoto, J A Assirati, W J Peacock, G A Ojemann, P D Adelso. Altered hippocampal kainate-receptor mRNA levels in temporal lobe epilepsy patients. Neurobiology of disease vol 5 issue 3 1999 9848088 in temporal lobe epilepsy patients, these results support the hypothesis that pyramidal cell glur5 and glur6 mrna levels are decreased as a consequence of seizures, and in hs patients granule cell ka2 and glur5 mrna levels are increased in association with aberrant fascia dentata mossy fiber sprouting and/or hippocampal neuronal loss. 1999-01-07 2022-01-10 Not clear
I Savic, J Enge. Sex differences in patients with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry vol 65 issue 6 1999 9854969 possible sex differences in the pattern of interictal hypometabolism were investigated, and also seizure spread in patients with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy (n=48) and hippocampal sclerosis (mtle). 1999-01-07 2022-01-10 Not clear
S L Mosh\\xc3\\xa. Brain injury with prolonged seizures in children and adults. Journal of child neurology vol 13 Suppl 1 issue 1999 9796744 some retrospective studies have suggested that there is a relationship between seizures early in life and the development of hippocampal damage (mesial temporal lobe hippocampal sclerosis) leading to intractable temporal lobe epilepsy in late childhood or adulthood. 1999-01-06 2022-01-10 Not clear
C Bernard, M Esclapez, J C Hirsch, Y Ben-Ar. Interneurones are not so dormant in temporal lobe epilepsy: a critical reappraisal of the dormant basket cell hypothesis. Epilepsy research vol 32 issue 1-2 1998 9761312 permanently altered hippocampal structure, excitability, and inhibition after experimental status epilepticus in the rat: the 'dormant basket cell' hypothesis and its relevance to temporal lobe epilepsy. 1998-12-29 2022-01-10 Not clear
G W Mathern, J K Pretorius, J P Leite, H I Kornblum, D Mendoza, A Lozada, E H Bertra. Hippocampal AMPA and NMDA mRNA levels and subunit immunoreactivity in human temporal lobe epilepsy patients and a rodent model of chronic mesial limbic epilepsy. Epilepsy research vol 32 issue 1-2 1998 9761317 hippocampal ampa and nmda mrna levels and subunit immunoreactivity in human temporal lobe epilepsy patients and a rodent model of chronic mesial limbic epilepsy. 1998-12-29 2022-01-10 Not clear
G W Mathern, J K Pretorius, J P Leite, H I Kornblum, D Mendoza, A Lozada, E H Bertra. Hippocampal AMPA and NMDA mRNA levels and subunit immunoreactivity in human temporal lobe epilepsy patients and a rodent model of chronic mesial limbic epilepsy. Epilepsy research vol 32 issue 1-2 1998 9761317 this study compared temporal lobe epilepsy patients, along with kindled animals and self sustained limbic status epilepticus (sslse) rats for parallels in hippocampal ampa and nmda receptor subunit expression. 1998-12-29 2022-01-10 Not clear
E Rogacheski, S Mazer, D Rodrigues, P R De Bittencour. [Visual and volumetric analysis with magnetic resonance of hippocampus formations in a group of patients with clinical diagnosis of temporal lobe epilepsy]. Arquivos de neuro-psiquiatria vol 56 issue 3A 1998 9754423 the purpose of this study is to test the sensitivity of the volumetric analysis compared to the visual analysis of the hippocampal formations of a group of 153 patients with clinical diagnosis of temporal lobe epilepsy and candidates to temporal lobectomy, evaluated by magnetic resonance (mr), using a 0.5 tesla machine and inversion-recovery t1-weighted images and 5 mm coronal slices. 1998-12-23 2022-01-10 Not clear
U Gleissner, C Helmstaedter, C E Elge. Right hippocampal contribution to visual memory: a presurgical and postsurgical study in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry vol 65 issue 5 1998 9810934 right hippocampal contribution to visual memory: a presurgical and postsurgical study in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. 1998-12-10 2022-01-10 Not clear
P Ryvlin, S Bouvard, D Le Bars, G De Lam\\xc3\\xa9rie, M C Gr\\xc3\\xa9goire, P Kahane, J C Froment, F Maugui\\xc3\\xa8r. Clinical utility of flumazenil-PET versus [18F]fluorodeoxyglucose-PET and MRI in refractory partial epilepsy. A prospective study in 100 patients. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 121 ( Pt 11) issue 1998 9827767 however, it provided useful data which were complementary to those of mri and fdg-pet in three situations: (i) in temporal lobe epilepsy associated with mri signs of hippocampal sclerosis, fmz-pet abnormalities delineated the site of seizure onset precisely, whenever they were coextensive with fdg-pet abnormalities; (ii) in bi-temporal epilepsy, fmz-pet helped to confirm the bilateral origin of seizures by showing a specific pattern of decreased fmz binding in both temporal lobes in 33% of cases; (iii) in patients with a unilateral cryptogenic frontal lobe epilepsy, fmz-pet provided further evidence of the side and site of seizure onset in 55% of cases. 1998-12-04 2022-01-10 Not clear
R S Briellmann, G D Jackson, R Kalnins, S F Berkovi. Hemicranial volume deficits in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy with and without hippocampal sclerosis. Epilepsia vol 39 issue 11 1998 9821981 hemicranial volume deficits in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy with and without hippocampal sclerosis. 1998-12-01 2022-01-10 Not clear
I Merlet, L Garcia-Larrea, P Ryvlin, J Isnard, M Sindou, F Maugui\\xc3\\xa8r. Topographical reliability of mesio-temporal sources of interictal spikes in temporal lobe epilepsy. Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology vol 107 issue 3 1998 9803951 localization of hippocampal paroxysmal activities in temporal lobe epilepsy (tle) by means of dipole modeling has often been criticized because of the supposed inaccuracy of this technique in localizing deep sources of eeg signals. 1998-11-17 2022-01-10 Not clear
P S Mangan, E H Bertra. Ontogeny of altered synaptic function in a rat model of chronic temporal lobe epilepsy. Brain research vol 799 issue 2 1998 9675275 in the limbic status model of chronic temporal lobe epilepsy, hippocampal stimulation induces acute status epilepticus in rats; recurrent, spontaneous seizures develop following an asymptomatic silent period lasting several weeks. 1998-09-25 2022-01-10 Not clear
R Bender, B Heimrich, M Meyer, M Frotsche. Hippocampal mossy fiber sprouting is not impaired in brain-derived neurotrophic factor-deficient mice. Experimental brain research vol 120 issue 3 1998 9628426 in human temporal lobe epilepsy, a loss of hilar neurons followed by the sprouting of recurrent mossy fiber collaterals and the reinnervation of free synaptic sites on granule cell dendrites are discussed as possible mechanisms underlying hippocampal hyperexcitability. 1998-08-27 2022-01-10 Not clear
R Kuzniecky, J W Hugg, H Hetherington, E Butterworth, E Bilir, E Faught, F Gillia. Relative utility of 1H spectroscopic imaging and hippocampal volumetry in the lateralization of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. Neurology vol 51 issue 1 1998 9674780 relative utility of 1h spectroscopic imaging and hippocampal volumetry in the lateralization of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. 1998-07-30 2022-01-10 Not clear
R Kuzniecky, J W Hugg, H Hetherington, E Butterworth, E Bilir, E Faught, F Gillia. Relative utility of 1H spectroscopic imaging and hippocampal volumetry in the lateralization of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. Neurology vol 51 issue 1 1998 9674780 to determine the relative utility of 1h mrsi and hippocampal volumetry for the lateralization of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy (mtle) in patients with intractable epilepsy. 1998-07-30 2022-01-10 Not clear
G D Jackson, A M McIntosh, R S Briellmann, S F Berkovi. Hippocampal sclerosis studied in identical twins. Neurology vol 51 issue 1 1998 9674783 to test both the genetic and acquired hypotheses for the etiology of hippocampal sclerosis (hs) by studying with optimized and quantitative mri three monozygous (mz) twin pairs in which the index twin had temporal lobe epilepsy and hs. 1998-07-30 2022-01-10 Not clear
S M Sisodiya, S L Free, J W Sande. Hippocampal damage caused by seizures in temporal lobe epilepsy. Lancet (London, England) vol 351 issue 9109 1998 9660608 hippocampal damage caused by seizures in temporal lobe epilepsy. 1998-07-24 2022-01-10 Not clear
U V Nagerl, I Mod. Calcium-dependent inactivation of high-threshold calcium currents in human dentate gyrus granule cells. The Journal of physiology vol 509 ( Pt 1) issue 1998 9547379 dentate gyrus granule cells acutely dissociated from hippocampal slices obtained from chronic temporal lobe epilepsy (tle) patients displayed a high-voltage activated (hva) ca2+ conductance with a pronounced ca2+-dependent inactivation. 1998-07-16 2022-01-10 Not clear
G W Mathern, G Price, C Rosales, J K Pretorius, A Lozada, D Mendoz. Anoxia during kainate status epilepticus shortens behavioral convulsions but generates hippocampal neuron loss and supragranular mossy fiber sprouting. Epilepsy research vol 30 issue 2 1998 9600545 this supports the hypothesis that a physiologic insult during status can shorten the convulsive episode, but still produce hippocampal pathology with a number of clinical and pathologic similarities to human mesial temporal lobe epilepsy (mtle). 1998-07-13 2022-01-10 Not clear
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