Relevance of high frequency oscillations in epilepsy

Takeaway

  • Interictal high-frequency oscillations (HFOs) from suspected epileptogenic regions are organized in networks, with earliest events frequently seen in the seizure onset zone (SOZ), and often found to be resected in seizure-free patients.

Why this matters

  • Although further studies are warranted, these results point to the possibility of stopping epileptic seizures through the disruption of the HFO networks.