Radiographic characteristics fail to predict clinical course after subdural electrode placement.

@article{Mocco2006RadiographicCF,
  title={Radiographic characteristics fail to predict clinical course after subdural electrode placement.},
  author={J D Mocco and Ricardo J. Komotar and Amos K Ladouceur and Brad E. Zacharia and R. A. Romero N. A. Goodman and Guy McKhann},
  journal={Neurosurgery},
  year={2006},
  volume={58 1},
  pages={120-5; discussion 120-5}
}
OBJECTIVE Subdural arrays of grid and strip electrodes are frequently used in epilepsy patients to localize the seizure focus and determine the location of critical brain functions via stimulation mapping. Postoperatively, the majority of patients with implanted subdural electrodes develop subacute extra-axial collections (EACs). Although conservative management is appropriate in most of these cases, occasionally patients manifest neurological symptoms that may necessitate reoperation for… CONTINUE READING