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Untersuchung der zirkadianen Rhythmik der Exzitabilität des menschlichen Motorkortex bei Patienten mit juveniler myoklonischer Epilepsie mittels Transkranieller Magnetstimulation
Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME) is a common form of primary generalised epilepsy, which is characterised by myoclonic and generalised tonic-clonic seizures. Typically, seizures occur within the first two hours after awakening. Despite various studies concerning clinical, electrophysiological and genetic characteristics of JME the underlying pathomechanisms remain unclear. Especially the circadian rhythm of motorcortical excitability of patients with JME is still unknown. Transcranial magneticdoi:10.17192/z2007.0032 fatcat:s5hqu4zkqfcutbzvirbjqwj7l4