Extratemporal epilepsy in children: candidate selection and surgical treatment

Abstract

From June 1988 to June 1998, 60 children with extratemporal epilepsies (EE), most of whom were symptomatic, underwent surgery. All patients were studied by means of CT scanning, MRI and scalp EEG. Video-telemetry was used in 40 cases. Intracranial electrodes were placed in 10. Intraoperative ECoG was used in the 35 children who underwent resective… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s003819900237

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@article{Pomata2000ExtratemporalEI, title={Extratemporal epilepsy in children: candidate selection and surgical treatment}, author={Hugo B. Pomata and R. Gonzalez and Marcelo A Bartuluchi and Corinna Petre and Carlos Alberto Ciraolo and Roberto Horacio Caraballo and Ricardo Cers{\'o}simo and Silvia N Tenembaum and Ana Mar{\'i}a Soprano and Carme Santoyo Medina and Adrian Rabinowicz and H A Waisburg and Ana L{\'i}a Taratuto and Anna Taratuto and Jorge A Monges}, journal={Child's Nervous System}, year={2000}, volume={16}, pages={842-850} }