Research locates absence epilepsy seizure ‘choke point’ in b
The researchers used an advanced technology called optogenetics to show, in rodent models of one of the most common forms of childhood epilepsy, that inducing synchronized, rhythmic activity in a specific nerve tract within this structure is sufficient to cause seizures, while disrupting that activity is sufficient to terminate them....

http://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/2016/12/research-at-stanford-locates-absence-epilepsy-seizure.html
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