More and more studies propose that high frequency brain signals are promising biomarkers of epileptogenic zone. In this paper, our aim is to investigate the neuromagnetic changes and brain network topological alterations during an interictal period at high frequency ranges (80–1000 Hz) between healthy controls and epileptic patients with Magnetoencephalography.
Sensory processing differences, including responses to auditory, visual, and tactile stimuli, are ideal targets for early detection of neurodevelopmental risks, such as autism spectrum disorder. However, most existing studies focus on the audiovisual paradigm and ignore the sense of touch.
Excess involuntary movements and slowness of movement in children with dyskinetic cerebral palsy often result in the inability to properly interact with augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices.