Cleveland Clinic’s experience with stereoelectroencephalography (SEEG) in pediatric epilepsy patients has shown that the procedure is safe, efficient and effective at identifying resection candidates while reducing patient pain and morbidity relative to subdural grid electrode placement and craniotomy.
Continuous Bedside EEG Monitoring Benefits Pediatric Patients
Cleveland Clinic is one of the only centers providing continuous technologist review of EEG tracings backed with interpretation by physician specialists, allowing for efficient detection of abnormal findings.
SEEG-Guided Resection: Another Opportunity for Seizure Freedom in Difficult-to-Localize Pediatric Focal Epilepsy
In highly selected cases, SEEG-guided resection can safely overcome many limits of standard invasive monitoring and yield seizure freedom for children with nonlocalizable refractory focal epilepsy.