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Unformatted text preview: often associated with the site of seizure origin. PET http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaNbtQ9-Yno&feature=related PET Images and Links Figure 1 is a PET scan that shows normal activity in a healthy brain. Figure 2 is a PET scan of a brain in a person with Alzheimer's disease. The gray area outlined on Figure 2 shows lower levels of brain activity. Also, check this movie: Brain Perfusion Study: measurement of blood flow to brain. Radio-labeled chemical is quickly injected at time of seizure onset to detect the region of increased blood flow, which is associated with seizure activity. By computer analysis of comparing the ictal scan (imaged during seizure) and the interictal scan (imaged without seizure), the regions of activation in the brain are detected to locate the seizure origin. SPECT...
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