Stereotactic insertion of intracerebral electrodes in the investigation of epilepsy.

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Intracerebral electroencephalography is sometimes necessary in the pre-surgical evaluation of patients with drug-resistant epilepsy, in order to define the site(s) of seizure onset. Accurate depth electrode insertion would ideally require multimodal image integration, repetitive and non-invasive localization, assessment of positional accuracy and freedom in… (More)

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@article{Kratimenos1993StereotacticIO, title={Stereotactic insertion of intracerebral electrodes in the investigation of epilepsy.}, author={G. P. Kratimenos and D. G. Thomas and Simon D. Shorvon and Daniel R Fish}, journal={British journal of neurosurgery}, year={1993}, volume={7 1}, pages={45-52} }