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Introduction and Clinical Aspects
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abnormal responses abnormality on IPS absence alpha rhythm amplitude anticonvulsants attacks authors basic record Bickford and Klass Brausch and Ferguson c.sec cent clinical colour diffuser EEG abnormality EEG showed effect evoked by IPS eyes closed eyes open f.sec factor female filter fit induced flash rates flickering light flickering sunlight frequency Grass photostimulator grid Group illumination impulsively attracted increased induced by IPS intensity intermittent photic stimulation investigation Jeavons lamp latency m.sec method monocular stimulation myoclonic jerking negative occipital spike normal basic EEGs occurred P2 component Panayiotopoulos Pantelakis patients showed pattern phenobarbitone photic driving photoconvulsive responses photomyoclonic response photosensitive epilepsy photosensitive patients polyspike and wave reduced reported responses to IPS sensitivity limits sensitivity range showed spike sodium valproate spectacles spike and wave spontaneous spike T.V. screen T.V. set tested therapy tonic-clonic fit tonic-clonic seizure type of fit visual evoked potentials wave activity wave discharges