Can we better define intracerebral aspects of postictal electroencephalography suppression?

Takeaway 

  • Signal is absent during postictal generalised electroencephalography suppression (PGES), a state that is unlikely to occur in the absence of oral tonicity and both upper limb extension. 

Why this matters

    The ability to record and describe clinical features of PGES is important in identifying risk factors associated with this condition.