Limbic and paralimbic structures driving ictal central apnea.


From the Epilepsy Center (N.L., J.P.H., J.P.M., S.L.), University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, OH; Department of Neurobiology and the Brain Research Institute (R.M.H.), University of California, Los Angeles; and NINDS Center for SUDEP Research (R.M.H., S.L.), Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH. [Email]


To precisely identify cortical regions that modulate breathing, and delineate a network of cortical structures that underpin ictal central apnea (ICA) during epileptic seizures.