Intracerebral EEG

Intracerebral EEG is performed using electrodes implanted in the brain for the diagnostic workup of patients with partial intractable epilepsy. As compared to scalp EEG, intracerebral EEG offers the advantage of a much higher spatial resolution.


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Researchers involved

Publications

Nature: Scientific Reports

Insular responses to transient painful and non-painful thermal and mechanical spinothalamic stimuli recorded using intracerebral EEG

2020

Liberati G, Mulders D, Algoet M, van den Broeke EN, Ferrao Santos S, Ribeiro Vaz JG, Raftopoulos C, Mouraux A.

10: 22319

Neuroimage

Tonic thermonociceptive stimulation selectively modulates ongoing neural oscillations in the human posterior insula: evidence from intracerebral EEG

2018

Liberati G, Algoet M, Ferrao Santos S, Ribeiro-Vaz JG, Raftopoulos C, Mouraux A.

188:70-83

Nature: Scientific Reports

Habituation of phase-locked local field potentials and gamma-band oscillations recorded from the human insula

2018

Liberati G, Algoet M, Klöcker A, Ferrao Santos S, Ribeiro-Vaz JG, Raftopoulos C, Mouraux A.

8(1): 8265

Cerebral Cortex

Gamma-band oscillations preferential for nociception can be recorded in the human insula

2017

Liberati G, Klöcker A, Algoet M, Mulders D, Safronova MM, Ferrao Santos S, Vaz JG, Raftopoulos C, Mouraux A.

28(10):3650-3664.

PLoS Biology

Nociceptive local field potentials recorded from the human insula are not specific for nociception

2016

Liberati G, Klocker A, Safronova MM, Ferrao Santos S, Ribeiro Vaz JG, Raftopoulos C, Mouraux A.

14(1):e1002345