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Musical brain patterns could help predict epileptic seizures

, : Musical brain patterns could help predict epileptic seizures.

New insights into the electrical patterns of the brain reveal how brain waves with rapidly increasing frequencies, like musical 'glissandi,' could help predict when a patient is going to start an epileptic seizure.


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