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Epilog introduces Epilog PreOp HD

Epilog will introduce Epilog PreOp HD at AES in Washington in December 2017, Stay tuned.
PreOp HD

License agreement with University of Antwerp creates opportunities in fight against Alzheimer’s.

Biomedical start-up Epilog, a spin-off company of Ghent University and imec, also becomes a spin-off of UAntwerp. Both partners have plenty of ambition: their aim is to develop predictive biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease in the short term rather than the long term, enabling doctors to diagnose the disease much more quickly.
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Discover the Epilog Academy

The Epilog Academy is a space where you can find presentations, blogposts and articles on automated EEG analysis and how it can be used to improve epilepsy diagnosis.
Epilog Academy

Tanja Hellier, our new VP Sales and Marketing

We can warmly welcome Tanja Hellier to our team. Tanja did her PhD in clinical neurosciences in Aachen, followed by a Post-Doctoral Scholar at the Department of Neurosurgery at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston where she is now a research assistant professor. Tanja is leading the US marketing and sales focusing on bringing direct diagnostic value to the patient.
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TOWARDS STANDARDIZED EEG SOURCE IMAGING IN THE PRESURGICAL WORK-UP OF PATIENTS WITH EPILEPSY

22/8/2017. In today’s presurgical work-up, the patient is investigated with different neuroimaging techniques to identify the epileptogenic zone. The techniques that are included differ from center to center. Most centers perform video-EEG monitoring, MRI and interictal PET, but do not perform EEG source imaging to localize the epileptogenic zone. In this post, we discuss the added value of the different techniques and the advantages of including EEG source localization during phase 1 in your presurgical work-up.
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Epilog PreOp Validation study published in Epilepsia Open

12/06/2017 - Our study on "Automated long-term EEG analysis to localize the epileptogenic zone" is now published in Epilepsia Open. 32 patients with refractory epilepsy were restrospectively analyzed to quantify the performance of our pipeline. Epilog PreOp reached a sensitivity of 80% and a specificity of 75%, which is higher than other techniques such as MRI, SPECT and PET routinely used for presurgical planning.
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