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High-frequency oscillations in scalp EEG are promising non-invasive biomarkers of epileptogenicity. However, it is unclear how high-frequency oscillations are impacted by age in the pediatric population. We prospectively recorded whole-night scalp EEG in 30 children and adolescents with focal or generalized epilepsy. We used an automated and clinically validated high-frequency oscillation detector to determine ripple rates (80-250 Hz) in bipolar channels. Children < 7 y had higherdoi:10.1093/braincomms/fcab052 pmid:33870193 pmcid:PMC8042248 fatcat:ka675henanazll7bguvfej73aa