Neurological feature articles
With refractory or drug-resistant epilepsy affecting between 7% - 20% of children with epilepsy worldwide, the race to find alternative treatment options is gaining momentum. Surgical resection may offer new hope, but efficacious resection is heavily dependent on the accurate identification of the epileptic foci. Stereoelectroencephalography (SEEG), a technique that relies on the precise implantation of intracerebral electrodes, has shown considerable success not only in the identification of epileptogenic zones, but also as a treatment for refractory seizures.
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