Epilepsy is considered to be a ''network disease'', which involves numerous connections within the brain. This epileptic network includes many areas of the brain involved in normal brain activity, during both seizure-free intervals and pathophysiological activities such as seizures. A team of researchers from the University of Bonn are exploring the evolving ''epileptic brain networks'' to further understand the brain activity in epilepsy patients and the role of different brain regions.
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