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Maton, B; Londono, A; Sawrie, S; Knowlton, R; Martin, R; Kuzniecky, R
"Postictal stability of proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy imaging (1H-MRSI) ratios in temporal lobe epilepsy"
Neurology 2001 Jan 23; 56(2):251-253
Interictal proton (1H) MRS is increasingly used for seizure lateralization in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE). Studies reporting postictal 1H-MRS metabolite changes in patients with TLE are few and contradictory. The authors prospectively performed interictal and postictal proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy imaging (1H-MRSI) studies in seven patients with TLE. The authors found no consistent changes in metabolite peak area ratios between studies, suggesting that 1H-MRS ratios remain stable between interictal and postictal state in TLE

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