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Pacia SV; Ebersole JS
"Intracranial EEG in temporal lobe epilepsy"
Journal of clinical neurophysiology 1999 Sep; 16(5):399-407
Intracranial EEG monitoring before epilepsy surgery, while becoming less commonly performed in patients with unilateral mesial temporal lobe epilepsy, is still widely used when bilateral independent temporal lobe seizures are suspected or when extratemporal foci cannot be ruled out by noninvasive means. Additionally, many epilepsy centers are reporting excellent surgical outcome in patients with neocortical temporal lobe epilepsy, when resections are guided by intracranial EEG studies. This article reviews the indications, technical aspects, risks, and interpretation of intracranial EEG in patients with temporal lobe seizures. It also considers intracranial EEG features predictive of surgical outcome

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