In this work, we combined local and global functional connectivity to provide a more complete picture of the epileptogenic brain in temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE). Local functional connectivity was assessed by computing regional homogeneity (ReHo) maps which were compared between left (n=9) or right (n=10) TLE patients and controls (n=20). Areas of increased ReHo were used in a seed-to-voxel analysis to investigate global functional connectivity changes. We report a different pattern of alteration between left and right TLE patients. Left TLE patients showed a more profound bilateral increased connectivity which might highlight compensatory mechanisms.