Features of somatosensory manifestations induced by intracranial electrical stimulations of the human insula

@article{Pugnaghi2011FeaturesOS,
  title={Features of somatosensory manifestations induced by intracranial electrical stimulations of the human insula},
  author={Matteo Pugnaghi and Stefano Meletti and Laura Castana and Stefano Francione and Laura Tassi},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={122},
  pages={2049-2058}
}
OBJECTIVE To study the clinical manifestations induced by intracranial electrical stimulation of the insular cortex in epileptic patients submitted to invasive stereo-electroencephalography (SEEG) recordings. METHODS We retrospectively studied the clinical manifestations induced by intracerebral electrical stimulations of the insular cortex in 96 patients. In order to precisely localize the position of the electrodes a postoperative 3D CT scan or a 3D MRI was obtained and then the images were… CONTINUE READING
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