Human head and neck Hippocampal sclerosis

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Patient] is a young [boy/girl] with a history of drug-resistant seizures. [S/He] underwent a [left/right] [partial/complete] temporal lobectomy [including resection of the left/right amygdala/hippocampus] to stop seizures caused by [cortical. Hippocampal sclerosis
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Epilepsy Syndromes E9 Epilepsy SyndromesEpilepsy Syndromes E9 Epilepsy Syndromes
Severe (s complex) myoclonic epilepsy in infancy. Hippocampal sclerosis
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Time is brain? A meta-analysis on progressive atrophy in intractable temporal lobe epilepsyTime is brain? A meta-analysis on progressive atrophy in intractable temporal lobe epilepsy
Lorenzo Caciagli md 1,4; Andrea Bernasconi md1; Samuel Wiebe md 3; Matthias J. Koepp md phD 4; Neda Bernasconi md phD1*; Boris C. Bernhardt PhD1,2. Hippocampal sclerosis
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Supplementary Material Patients implanted with the rns systemSupplementary Material Patients implanted with the rns system
Patients implanted with the rns system. The three rns system patients described below were implanted for on-label rns system indication for use. Cognitive testing related to this study was performed at least 6 months after implantation. Hippocampal sclerosis
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A case of de novo psychosis ten years following successful epilepsy surgeryA case of de novo psychosis ten years following successful epilepsy surgery
Atkinson Morley Regional Neuroscience Centre, St George’s University Hospitals nhs foundation Trust, London, United Kingdom. Hippocampal sclerosis
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Role of magnetic resonance imaging in paediatric epilepsyRole of magnetic resonance imaging in paediatric epilepsy
M. Vijaya Kumari1, J. S. Aswini Jyothi2, A. Suman Chandra3, V. Pushpanjali4, N. Jayalatha5. Hippocampal sclerosis
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Temporal Lobe EpilepsiesTemporal Lobe Epilepsies
Because other parts of the limbic system may be involved, it may be referred to as limbic epilepsy. Sometimes, doctors refer to the precise location of the seizures. They discuss mesial or medial (inner) temporal lobe epilepsy and lateral. Hippocampal sclerosis
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Study Patients vbm detailsStudy Patients vbm details
Gmc ↓ in ipsilateral hippocampus and parahippocampus; ipsi- and contralateral cerebellum. Hippocampal sclerosis
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Hhv-6 & Epilepsy/SeizuresHhv-6 & Epilepsy/Seizures
The Chinese group also found that an inflammatory marker, nf-kB, was upregulated in the glial cells of patients positive for hhv-6B. The virus was found in the subset of patients with a history of febrile seizures. (LI 2011). Hippocampal sclerosis
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Comparative MedicineComparative Medicine
Temporal lobe epilepsy is a common human disease that is difficult to treat. True or False. Hippocampal sclerosis
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Abstract 4 Introduction and motivation 4Abstract 4 Introduction and motivation 4
Novel methodology for the prediction of clinical evaluation scores from mr scans 16. Hippocampal sclerosis
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