Results of cortical resection for intractable epilepsy using intra-operative corticography without chronic intracranial recording.


Twenty-four patients with intractable partial epilepsy underwent surgery between 1969 and 1988. Localization was by non-invasive means using scalp EEG and CT. In 12 cases the focus was temporal and in eight frontal. Craniotomy was undertaken with intraoperative electrocorticography (ECoG). Ten cases had a standard temporal lobectomy, seven a topectomy, four… (More)


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