Seizure outcome after lesionectomy for cavernous malformations.

Abstract

Cavernous malformations that are associated with seizures are often treated by surgical resection consisting of lesion removal, "lesionectomy," alone. Through retrospective analysis the authors have examined some factors that may predict failure to eradicate seizures by such a procedure. A group of 51 patients were examined who had been treated for… (More)

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