“Imag(in)ing SEEG With Multimodal Integration” will give epilepsy providers clear insights on how multimodal studies contribute to the pre-SEEG workup and surgical strategy formation. Don’t miss this three-day CME workshop in March.
In medically intractable focal epilepsy, absence of a lesion on brain MRI too often rules out epilepsy surgery. This case shows how advanced diagnostics can allow “MRI-negative” patients to benefit from surgery.
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.
Cleveland Clinic surgeons share the first known report of the combined use of three advanced operative tools for intractable focal partial epilepsy. Recovery was swift for the 19-year-old patient.