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Figure 3 :Inter-ictal spike as seen on MEG and EEG. The top 2 images are from a patient with left temporal lobe epilepsy, while the bottom 2 images are from a different patient with right frontal epilepsy. The panel on the left shows the actual MEG and EEG recordings; the channels in the top portion of each image represent the MEG, while the bottom channels are EEG tracings. The panel on the right shows the MEG equivalent current dipole source localization for the particular inter-ictal spike highlighted by the cursor

Figure 3 :Inter-ictal spike as seen on MEG and EEG. The top 2 images are from a patient with left temporal lobe epilepsy, while the bottom 2 images are from a different patient with right frontal epilepsy. The panel on the left shows the actual MEG and EEG recordings; the channels in the top portion of each image represent the MEG, while the bottom channels are EEG tracings. The panel on the right shows the MEG equivalent current dipole source localization for the particular inter-ictal spike highlighted by the cursor