Lateralization of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy with chronic ambulatory electrocorticography

@inproceedings{KingStephens2015LateralizationOM,
  title={Lateralization of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy with chronic ambulatory electrocorticography},
  author={David King-Stephens and Emily A. Mirro and Peter B. Weber and Kenneth D. Laxer and Paul C. Van Ness and Vicenta Salanova and David C. Spencer and Christianne N Heck and Alica M. Goldman and Barbara C. Jobst and Donald C. Shields and Gregory K. Bergey and Stephan J. Eisenschenk and Gregory A. Worrell and Marvin A. Rossi and Robert E. Gross and Andrew J. Cole and Michael R. Sperling and Dileep R. Nair and Ryder P. Gwinn and Yong Dong Park and Paul A. Rutecki and Nathan B. Fountain and Robert E. Wharen and Lawrence J. Hirsch and Ian O Miller and Gregory L. Barkley and Jonathan C. Edwards and Eric B. Geller and Michel J. Berg and Toni L Sadler and Felice T. Sun and Martha J. Morrell},
  booktitle={Epilepsia},
  year={2015}
}
OBJECTIVE Patients with suspected mesial temporal lobe (MTL) epilepsy typically undergo inpatient video-electroencephalography (EEG) monitoring with scalp and/or intracranial electrodes for 1 to 2 weeks to localize and lateralize the seizure focus or foci. Chronic ambulatory electrocorticography (ECoG) in patients with MTL epilepsy may provide additional information about seizure lateralization. This analysis describes data obtained from chronic ambulatory ECoG in patients with suspected… CONTINUE READING
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