Surgical treatment of epilepsy associated with cortical dysplasia: 2012 update.

@article{Hauptman2012SurgicalTO,
  title={Surgical treatment of epilepsy associated with cortical dysplasia: 2012 update.},
  author={Jason S. Hauptman and Gary W. Mathern},
  journal={Epilepsia},
  year={2012},
  volume={53 Suppl 4},
  pages={98-104}
}
Cortical dysplasia is the most common etiology in children and the third most frequent finding in adults undergoing epilepsy neurosurgery. The new International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) classification grades isolated cortical dysplasia into mild type I (cortical dyslamination), severe type II (dyslamination plus dysmorphic neurons and balloon cells), and dysplasia associated with other epileptogenic lesions (type III). Multilobar type II lesions present at an earlier age and with more… CONTINUE READING
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