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A Practical Approach to Stereo EEG

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Stereo EEG has revolutionized the way invasive EEG explorations are performed, facilitating the assessment of more complex cases with increased precision, a lower surgical risk, and better patient outcomes. A Practical Approach to Stereo EEG is the first dedicated reference on stereoelectroencephalography written for trainees, physicians, and technologists involved in invasive EEG evaluation and monitoring. This go-to resource provides a practical overview of the concepts, methodology, technical requirements, and implantation strategies for common and uncommon surgical epilepsies amenable to stereo EEG. Including over three hundred detailed figures, anatomical drawings, and MRI correlations, this guidebook is an indispensable tool for anyone training, practicing, and teaching in the field.With chapters written by leading experts from around the world, the book is divided into 10 sections covering noninvasive evaluation, technical aspects, electrode planning, practical approach for specific epilepsies, surgical placement in adults and children, interpretation, brain mapping, surgical procedures, and outcomes. Chapters integrate highlighted key concepts with illustrative case examples throughout to enhance clinical applicability. Four detailed case discussions of specific epilepsy syndromes covered in the book are also available online to demonstrate the process of patient evaluation, surgical planning, and decision-making in a multidisciplinary patient management conference. A Practical Approach to Stereo EEG is the essential comprehensive clinical handbook for practitioners at any level of training or experience involved in invasive EEG evaluations or working at surgical epilepsy centers. Key Features: Covers all practical aspects of stereo EEG, including the methodology, technical requirements, and strategies to successfully perform and interpret invasive monitoring Highly illustrated cases are interwoven within chapters to heighten clinical use World-class contributors with global expertise provide hands-on experience in successful use of stereo EEG in complex situations Additional online chapter-based narrated cases discuss specific epilepsy syndromes Purchase includes access to ebook available on most devices and computers
Preface Foreword PART I: INTRODUCTION Chapter 1. The History and Principles of SEEG by Patrick Chauvel PART II: NONINVASIVE EVALUATION Chapter 2. Phase I Evaluation Chapter 3. Advanced MRI Imaging Chapter 4. Electromagnetic Source Imaging for SEEG Planning Chapter 5. Nuclear Imaging Chapter 6. Patient Selection for SEEG PART III: TECHNICAL ASPECTS Chapter 7. Electrodes Chapter 8. Co-Registration of Multimodal Imaging Chapter 9. Invasive Monitoring PART IV: ELECTRODE PLACEMENT Chapter 10. The Epileptogenic Zone Chapter 11. Towards A Revised Conceptual Framework of Stereo-EEG Anatomo-Clinico-Electrical Correlations Chapter 12. MRI-Negative Versus MRI-Positive Epilepsy in the Context of SEEG PART V: PRACTICAL APPROACH Chapter 13. Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Chapter 14. Frontal Lobe Epilepsy Chapter 15. Posterior Cortex Epilepsy Chapter 16. Temporal Plus Epilepsy Chapter 17. Operculo-Insular Epilepsy Chapter 18. Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Chapter 19. SEEG in Epilepsy Associated with Nodular Heterotopia PART VI: SURGICAL PLACEMENT Chapter 20. SEEG Electrode Placement Using a Stereotactic Frame Chapter 21. Robotic Placement of SEEG Electrodes Chapter 22. SEEG Electrode Placement in Children Chapter 23. Surgical Complications and Challenges in SEEG PART VII: INTERPRETATION Chapter 24. Physiologic Activity Recorded with Intracranial EEG: From Wakefulness to Sleep Chapter 25. Interpretation of Interictal Epileptiform Discharges Chapter 26. High Frequency Oscillations Chapter 27. Ictal Activity PART VIII: ELECTRICAL STIMULATION MAPPING Chapter 28. Technical Aspects of Electrical Stimulation Mapping Chapter 29. Electrical Stimulation for Functional Mapping During SEEG Exploration Chapter 30. Stimulation-Induced Seizures to Define the Epileptogenic Zone PART IX: SURGICAL PROCEDURES Chapter 31. Laser Ablation for Epilepsy Chapter 32. SEEG-Guided Resections: Method and Technique PART X: OUTCOME Chapter 33. Seizure Outcome After SEEG Implantations Chapter 34. Promise and Perils of SEEG Guided Resections for Cognition and Emotion
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