Published in Pain and Central Nervous System Week, November 21st, 2011
"We investigated the potential for intracranial electrodes to cause subclinical cerebral edema, and for such edema to cause iatrogenic seizures. In a retrospective review of 33 adults who had head magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) while undergoing epilepsy surgery evaluation with intracranial EEG, 28% (6 of 21) depth electrode implantations had...
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