Stimulus-evoked potentials contribute to map the epileptogenic zone during stereo-EEG presurgical monitoring.

@article{Boido2014StimulusevokedPC,
  title={Stimulus-evoked potentials contribute to map the epileptogenic zone during stereo-EEG presurgical monitoring.},
  author={Davide Boido and Dimos Kapetis and Vadym Gnatkovsky and Chiara Pastori and Barbara Galbardi and Ivana Sartori and Laura Tassi and Francesco Cardinale and Stefano Francione and Marco de Curtis},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2014},
  volume={35 9},
  pages={4267-81}
}
Presurgical monitoring with intracerebral electrodes in patients with drug-resistant focal epilepsy represents a standard invasive procedure to localize the sites of seizures origin, defined as the epileptogenic zone (EZ). During presurgical evaluation, intracerebral single-pulse electrical stimulation (SPES) is performed to define the boundaries of eloquent areas and to evoke seizure-associated symptoms. Extensive intracranial exploration and stimulation generate a large dataset on brain… CONTINUE READING
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