In addition to the main figures and tables of the manuscript, authors can also provide additional data (in the form of illustrations, tables or videos) that will be published with the manuscript on the journal`s website (see below for more details). In addition, readers are encouraged to submit relevant comments on the online submission system as a letter to readers with respect to the article in question. Epileptic Disorders welcomes critical comments regarding articles recently published in the journal. Readers are encouraged to submit brief comments, especially on articles related to Electroclinical Reasoning Reports. Preferably, the letters should not exceed one printed page (1,000 words, including references with a table or illustration). At the discretion of the editor-in-chief or associate editor, the letter may be sent to the author of the article in question and, if possible, published in the same issue. The letter may only be published online, including at the discretion of the editor and in agreement with the author. It is the responsibility of the author to ensure that all experimental studies have been carried out on human beings after their informed consent and with the agreement of the relevant ethics committee(s). The online submission must be accompanied by a cover letter. The cover letter should be considered by the author as a means of direct communication with the editor-in-chief. It should be short, avoid repetitions of the abstract and outline the main message, originality and pedagogical value of the manuscript. It is the responsibility of the author to ensure that all patients or others present on videos or other photographic media have given their informed consent to allow the publication of the material, with the understanding that it is not used for any purpose other than medical publication. Please contact the secretariat for more information and/or the application form.
3. Requests concerning personal data collected using the form, including the execution of access and rectification, should be addressed to: Access to personal data 2. You have the right to information and rectification regarding personal data in accordance with paragraphs 18 and 22 and Principle 6 of Annex 1 of the Personal Data (Data Protection) Regulation. Your right of access includes the right to obtain a copy of your personal data indicated in the form. Videos or photos of identifiable patients must be accompanied by a letter from the corresponding author stating that signed consents for approval of the publication have been obtained for all identifiable patients. It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure that all patients have given their informed consent. In the event that certain illustrations are the property of third parties, it is the responsibility of the author to obtain the necessary authorizations to include such illustrations and their dissemination in this form. The video may be recorded as part of a manuscript or complementary material, provided that it contributes to the dissemination of truly new original information and materials, useful to the clinician in everyday practice. .