Marsault Bilateral mesial temporal sclerosis : MRI with high-resolution fast spin-echo and fluid-attenuated inversion-recovery sequences

@inproceedings{Oppenheim1999MarsaultBM,
  title={Marsault Bilateral mesial temporal sclerosis : MRI with high-resolution fast spin-echo and fluid-attenuated inversion-recovery sequences},
  author={Catherine Oppenheim and Didier Dormont and Dominique Hasboun and Brita Bazin and S{\'e}verine Samson and S. Leh\Oricy and Michel Baulac and C...},
  year={1999}
}
The most common histological substrate of intractable complex partial seizures in adults is mesial temporal sclerosis (MTS) [1±4]. The probability of seizure-free outcomes following temporal lobectomy is significantly greater in patients with unilateral MTS on MRI [2, 5±9]. Unilateral MTS has been studied extensively and its MRI features are well established. According to most recent series, hippocampal atrophy and signal abnormalities on T2-weighted images can identify unilateral MTS with an… CONTINUE READING