Where in the brain do musicogenic seizures arise from?

Localization of musicogenic epilepsy to Heschl’s gyrus and superior temporal plane: case report. Nagahama Y, Kovach CK, Ciliberto M, et al. J Neurosurg 2017; 15:1-8. Abstract Background: Musicogenic epilepsy (ME) is an extremely rare form of the disorder that is provoked by listening to or playing music, and it has been localized to the temporal […]

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