Investigation of widespread neocortical pathology associated with hippocampal sclerosis in epilepsy: a postmortem study.

@article{Blanc2011InvestigationOW,
  title={Investigation of widespread neocortical pathology associated with hippocampal sclerosis in epilepsy: a postmortem study.},
  author={Francine Blanc and L. Martinian and Ioannis Liagkouras and Claudia B Catarino and Sanjay M. Sisodiya and Maria Thom},
  journal={Epilepsia},
  year={2011},
  volume={52 1},
  pages={
          10-21
        }
}
PURPOSE One possible cause for surgical failure following temporal lobectomy for the treatment of epilepsy due to classical hippocampal sclerosis (CHS) is the presence of more widespread cortical changes. Neocortical changes in CHS shown by quantitative neuroimaging studies may involve hippocampal projection pathways. Our aim was to quantitate neocortical pathology using a postmortem series of brains from patients with epilepsy and CHS. METHODS Sections from 13 cortical regions from both left… CONTINUE READING

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