A 3.5-year-old boy has explosive onset of epilepsy marked by aura, left version, and right frontal elements on ictal and interictal EEG. While these findings suggest a role for epilepsy surgery, his MRI is presumed normal and most epileptiform discharges are generalized. How best to proceed?
A new international study strengthens the case for an expanded panel of immunohistochemical stainings and introduction of a gene panel in the forthcoming update to the FCD classification scheme.
World experts on FCD are updating the classification of this group of drug-resistant focal epilepsies. This comprehensive CME summit will give a preview of the changes and the evidence behind them.
Roughly 40 percent of epilepsy surgery candidates have MRI-negative lesions. Here’s how we’re using computer-assisted methods to pull out information not easily seen on visual analysis.