Orbitofrontal epilepsy: electroclinical analysis of surgical cases and literature review.

@article{Smith2004OrbitofrontalEE,
  title={Orbitofrontal epilepsy: electroclinical analysis of surgical cases and literature review.},
  author={Joseph R. Smith and Karl A. Sillay and Peter Winkler and Don W. King and David W. Loring},
  journal={Stereotactic and functional neurosurgery},
  year={2004},
  volume={82 1},
  pages={20-5}
}
Clinical and electrographic data were reviewed on 2 of our patients with orbitofrontal epilepsy who were seizure free at 5-year follow-up, and on 2 similar patients from the literature. One of our patients was lesional, and the other was nonlesional. Interictal EEG discharges were lateralized to the side of invasively recorded orbitofrontal seizures in the nonlesional case. In this case, no clinical manifestations occurred until the orbitofrontal discharge had spread to the opposite… CONTINUE READING
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