Resection of individually identified high-rate high-frequency oscillations region is associated with favorable outcome in neocortical epilepsy.

@article{Cho2014ResectionOI,
  title={Resection of individually identified high-rate high-frequency oscillations region is associated with favorable outcome in neocortical epilepsy.},
  author={Jounhong Ryan Cho and Dae Lim Koo and Eun Yeon Joo and Dae Won Seo and S N Hong and Premysl Jiruska and Seung Bong Hong},
  journal={Epilepsia},
  year={2014},
  volume={55 11},
  pages={1872-83}
}
OBJECTIVES High-frequency oscillations (HFOs) represent a novel electrophysiologic marker of endogenous epileptogenicity. Clinically, this propensity can be utilized to more accurately delineate the resection margin before epilepsy surgery. Currently, prospective application of HFOs is limited because of a lack of an exact quantitative measure to reliably identify HFO-generating areas necessary to include in the resection. Here, we evaluated the potential of a patient-individualized approach of… CONTINUE READING