Imaging of Epilepsy

Imaging of Epilepsy A Clinical Atlas

John M. Stern • Noriko Salamon


The clinical evaluation of epilepsy has evolved over the recent decades to increasingly integrate brain imaging as a complement to seizure semiology and electroencephalography (EEG). Although diagnosing epilepsy can rely entirely upon the history of unprovoked seizures, determining the specific epilepsy diagnosis, which may be an epilepsy syndrome for generalized epilepsies or a localization for focal epilepsies, depends upon the integration of imaging results and additional diagnostic information.

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