Long-term epilepsy-associated tumor in the amygdala of a 16-year-old boy: report of a rare case having intranuclear filaments

Abstract

The term “long-term epilepsy-associated tumor (LEAT)” encompasses brain lesions associated with drug-resistant epilepsy over a long duration (≥2 years). Notably, some LEATs do not fit into any of the classifications of the World Health Organization (WHO). Herein, we report a LEAT that occurred in the left amygdala of a 16-year-old patient with intractable… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10014-017-0294-8

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