Beate Diehl focuses on Epilepsy, Ictal, Anesthesia, Epilepsy surgery and Electroencephalography. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Internal medicine and Cardiology. Beate Diehl has researched Ictal in several fields, including Frontal lobe, Temporal lobe and Radiology.
Her work on Tachycardia as part of general Anesthesia research is frequently linked to Vagus nerve stimulation, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Beate Diehl has included themes like Intracranial eeg, Surgery, Audiology, Single-photon emission computed tomography and Neuroimaging in her Epilepsy surgery study. Her study of EEG-fMRI is a part of Electroencephalography.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Epilepsy, Ictal, Electroencephalography, Neuroscience and Epilepsy surgery. Beate Diehl is involved in the study of Epilepsy that focuses on Temporal lobe in particular. In the subject of general Ictal, her work in Intracranial eeg is often linked to Central apnea, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
In her work, Epilepsy syndromes is strongly intertwined with Magnetic resonance imaging, which is a subfield of Electroencephalography. Her studies deal with areas such as Tractography, Diffusion MRI and Pathological as well as Neuroscience. Beate Diehl usually deals with Epilepsy surgery and limits it to topics linked to Surgery and Seizure onset zone.
Her primary areas of study are Epilepsy, Ictal, Electroencephalography, Neuroscience and Internal medicine. The various areas that Beate Diehl examines in her Epilepsy study include Magnetic resonance imaging and Amygdala. Her Ictal study combines topics in areas such as Anesthesia, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Semiology.
Her Electroencephalography research incorporates elements of Cortex, Encoding and Contrast. Her research integrates issues of Cued speech and Pathological in her study of Neuroscience. Her Internal medicine research focuses on Cardiology and how it relates to Posterior cingulate.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Epilepsy, Internal medicine, Cardiology, Neuroscience and Ictal. Her Epilepsy study combines topics in areas such as Magnetic resonance imaging, Mri studies, Dysfunctional family and Electroencephalography. Her Electroencephalography research includes elements of Computational physics, Encoding and Contrast.
Her study in the field of Brainstem, Sudden death and Pre-Bötzinger complex is also linked to topics like Raphe nuclei. The Cardiology study combines topics in areas such as Somatosensory system and Posterior cingulate. Her study in Ictal is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Tonic, Epilepsy surgery, Neurotransmitter and Apnea.
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Hemodynamic correlates of epileptiform discharges : An EEG-fMRI study of 63 patients with focal epilepsy
Afraim Salek-Haddadi;Beate Diehl;Khalid Hamandi;Martin Merschhemke.
Brain Research (2006)
Abnormalities in diffusion tensor imaging of the uncinate fasciculus relate to reduced memory in temporal lobe epilepsy.
Beate Diehl;Robyn M. Busch;John S. Duncan;Zhe Piao.
Temporal lobe epilepsy: When are invasive recordings needed?
B. Diehl;Hans Luders.
A prospective, multicenter study of cardiac-based seizure detection to activate vagus nerve stimulation
Paul Boon;Kristl Vonck;Kenou van Rijckevorsel;Riem El Tahry.
Seizure-european Journal of Epilepsy (2015)
Simultaneous intracranial EEG and fMRI of interictal epileptic discharges in humans
Serge Vulliemoz;David W. Carmichael;Karin Rosenkranz;Beate Diehl;Beate Diehl.
Epileptic Networks in Focal Cortical Dysplasia Revealed Using Electroencephalography–Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Rachel Thornton;Serge Vulliemoz;Serge Vulliemoz;Roman Rodionov;Roman Rodionov;David W. Carmichael;David W. Carmichael.
Annals of Neurology (2011)
Neuroimaging of focal cortical dysplasia.
Peter Widdess-Walsh;Beate Diehl;Imad Najm.
Journal of Neuroimaging (2006)
Postconvulsive central apnea as a biomarker for sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP)
Laura Vilella;Nuria Lacuey;Johnson P. Hampson;M. R.Sandhya Rani.
Evaluating the Contributions of State of the Art Assessment Techniques to Predicting Memory Outcome after Unilateral Anterior Temporal Lobectomy
Tara T. Lineweaver;Harold H. Morris;Richard I. Naugle;Imad M. Najm.
Structural imaging biomarkers of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy
Britta Wandschneider;Matthias Koepp;Matthias Koepp;Catherine Scott;Catherine Scott;Caroline Micallef;Caroline Micallef.
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