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Summary of concepts regarding epileptic seizures, stimuli, and responses

The response to the stimulus consists of clinical and EEG manifestations, alone or in combination. EEG activation may be subclinical only, that is, without overt clinical manifestations. Conversely, ictal clinical manifestations may be triggered without conspicuous surface EEG changes. (Contributed by Dr. Melita Cacic Hribljan.)

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