Functional organization and properties of GPEE and the mechanisms of its formation
The change in the functional state of the neuronal populations during the formation of GPEE is characterized by two processes: (1) neurons lose their initial functional distinctions; figuratively, this process can be regarded as the pathologic ‘functional homogenization’ of the neuronal pool, and (2) neurons acquire new pathologic properties and constitute new functional groups in accordance with these properties; figuratively, this process can be regarded as the pathologic ‘functional differentiation’ of neurons.
KeywordsInhibitory Mechanism Functional Organization Epileptic Activity Nociceptive Stimulus Epileptic Focus
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