Patrick Carney1,2, Danny Flannagan1, David Abbott1, Richard Masterton1, Ingrid Scheffer2, Simon Harvey3, Sam Berkovic2, Graeme Jackson1,2
1Florey Neuroscience Institutes, Brain Research Institute, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; 2University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; 3Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Absence seizures are a common seizure type in children. EEG-fMRI provides a method to identify the networks underpinning seizure generation. This study provides a group analysis of 10 children with absence seizures showing thalamo-cortical and subcortical networks involved in seizure generation.