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Characteristics of medial temporal lobe epilepsy: I. Results of history and physical examination
In order to more precisely define a syndrome of medial temporal lobe epilepsy, histories and physical findings were evaluated in 67 patients studied with intracranial electrodes who had medialExpand
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Functional organization of human supplementary motor cortex studied by electrical stimulation
The presence of somatotopic organization in the human supplementary motor area (SMA) remains a controversial issue. In this study, subdural electrode grids were placed on the medial surface of theExpand
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Outcomes of epilepsy surgery in adults and children
Surgery is widely accepted as an effective therapy for selected individuals with medically refractory epilepsy. Numerous studies in the past 20 years have reported seizure freedom for at least 1 yearExpand
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Neural Networks in Human Epilepsy: Evidence of and Implications for Treatment
A considerable amount of compelling evidence exists, predominantly from animal models and experimental paradigms, for the existence of specific cortical and subcortical networks in the genesis andExpand
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Characteristics of medial temporal lobe epilepsy: II. Interictal and ictal scalp electroencephalography, neuropsychological testing, neuroimaging, surgical results, and pathology
Sixty‐seven patients with temporal lobe epilepsy without circumscribed, potentially epileptogenic lesions, who were studied with intracranial electrodes and who became seizure free following temporalExpand
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Occipital lobe epilepsy: Clinical characteristics, seizure spread patterns, and results of surgery
Twenty‐five patients with occipital lobe seizure origin were retrospectively evaluated to determine clinical seizure characteristics and electroencephalographic manifestations. Certain symptoms andExpand
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Changes in depression and anxiety after resective surgery for epilepsy
Objective: To determine changes in depression and anxiety after resective surgery. Methods: Data from subjects enrolled in a prospective multicenter study of resective epilepsy surgery were reviewedExpand
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Intracranial EEG Seizure‐Onset Patterns in Neocortical Epilepsy
Summary: Purpose: We investigated neocortical seizure‐onset patterns recorded by intracranial EEG with regard to anatomic location, pathologic substrate, and prognostic value for surgical outcome.
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Access to the posterior medial temporal lobe structures in the surgical treatment of temporal lobe epilepsy.
The authors describe a surgical technique that allows access to the posterior temporal horn of the lateral ventricle with preservation of the most functional lateral temporal cortex. Development ofExpand
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Complex partial seizures of frontal lobe origin
Complex partial seizures of medial or orbital frontal origin were documented in 10 of 90 patients with intractable epilepsy who were studied with depth electrodes. The clinical features that, inExpand
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