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Figure 1: Electroencephalography (EEG) findings of the patient. (a) Sixteen channel EEG recording (with sensitivity of 7 μV/mm and paper speed of 10 s/ page) shows the classical generalized long-interval periodic complexes (Rademecker's complex) composed of delta and admixed spike and wave activity at an interburst interval of 3.5 s, seen throughout the record. The interburst interval shows attenuated background with superimposed theta-delta slowing asymmetrically expressed, more over the right hemisphere. (b) Same EEG at 30 s/page shows the periodicity more clearly

Figure 1: Electroencephalography (EEG) findings of the patient. (a) Sixteen channel EEG recording (with sensitivity of 7 μV/mm and paper speed of 10 s/ page) shows the classical generalized long-interval periodic complexes (Rademecker's complex) composed of delta and admixed spike and wave activity at an interburst interval of 3.5 s, seen throughout the record. The interburst interval shows attenuated background with superimposed theta-delta slowing asymmetrically expressed, more over the right hemisphere. (b) Same EEG at 30 s/page shows the periodicity more clearly