Thalamic changes with mesial temporal sclerosis: MRI

  title={Thalamic changes with mesial temporal sclerosis: MRI},
  author={Neil P Deasy and Jozef M. Jarosz and R. Elwes and C. E. Polkey and T. C. S. Cox},
We reviewed the preoperative images of 28 patients with pathologically proven mesial temporal sclerosis, to assess thalamic asymmetry and signal change. A further 25 nonsurgical patients with temporal lobe epilepsy and unequivocal, unilateral changes of mesial temporal sclerosis, and 20 controls, were also reviewed. None of the control group had unequivocal asymmetry of the thalamus. There was an ipsilateral asymmetrically small thalamus in five (18 %) of the surgical group and in three (12… CONTINUE READING

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