Electrocorticography and temporal lobe epilepsy: relationship to quantitative MRI and operative outcome.

@article{Cascino1995ElectrocorticographyAT,
  title={Electrocorticography and temporal lobe epilepsy: relationship to quantitative MRI and operative outcome.},
  author={Gregory D. Cascino and Max R Trenerry and Clifford R. Jack and David W Dodick and Frank W. Sharbrough and Elson L. So and Terrence D. Lagerlund and Cheolsu Shin and W Richard Marsh},
  journal={Epilepsia},
  year={1995},
  volume={36 7},
  pages={692-6}
}
We investigated the relationship between electrocorticography (ECoG), quantitative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and surgical outcome in 165 patients with intractable nonlesional temporal lobe epilepsy (NLTLE). A standard mesial temporal resection was performed in all patients. Patients with an operative follow-up < 1 year were excluded from the study. The extent of the lateral temporal neocortex resection (LCR) was guided by ECoG and the side of surgery. The extent of the LCR was not… CONTINUE READING
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