Insular epilepsy surgery.


Since it was originally described nearly 70 years ago, insular epilepsy has been increasingly recognized and may explain failures after apparently well-planned operations. We review the history of awareness of the phenomenon, techniques for its assessment, and its surgical management. Insular epilepsy can mimic features of frontal, parietal, or temporal… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/epi.13682


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@article{Laoprasert2017InsularES, title={Insular epilepsy surgery.}, author={Pramote Laoprasert and Jeffrey G. Ojemann and Michael Handler}, journal={Epilepsia}, year={2017}, volume={58 Suppl 1}, pages={35-45} }