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Figure 1: Interictal high frequency oscillations (HFOs). Left panel: at conventional setting of 1.6-70 Hz and 10 s per page window, the highlighted segment shows spikes in the inferomesial temporal region, occurring independently at AT3 and MT2 in a patient with temporal lobe epilepsy. Right panel: at high frequency setting of 53-600 Hz and 1 s per page window, prominent HFOs are seen in the highlighted segment occurring together with and independently of the spike at MT2; no HFOs are seen in association with the spike at AT3. Note that the highlighted segments in the two panels correspond to each other in time

Figure 1: Interictal high frequency oscillations (HFOs). Left panel: at conventional setting of 1.6-70 Hz and 10 s per page window, the highlighted segment shows spikes in the inferomesial temporal region, occurring independently at AT3 and MT2 in a patient with temporal lobe epilepsy. Right panel: at high frequency setting of 53-600 Hz and 1 s per page window, prominent HFOs are seen in the highlighted segment occurring together with and independently of the spike at MT2; no HFOs are seen in association with the spike at AT3. Note that the highlighted segments in the two panels correspond to each other in time