J-P Gagnepain

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Out of 57 patients operated for intractable epilepsy of the central region, 8 harbored an indolent glioma (7 dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumors, 1 ganglioglioma). Mapping of the sensorimotor area with depth electrodes implanted for stereoelectroencephalographic exploration demonstrated no or abnormal motor responses after low-frequency stimulation, and(More)
Over the past two decades, exploration of epileptic patients has benefited from technological advances in electroencephalography. Computerized equipment can simultaneously retrieve cerebral electric activity and signs of the patient's ictal activity. The computer era has improved reliability, storage and analysis of the recorded data and provides easier(More)
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