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Disconnective surgery in posterior quadrantic epilepsy: a series of 12 paediatric patients Volume 16, issue 3, September 2014

Figure 1

EEG recordings from Patient 12, a 5-year-old boy. (A) Pre-operative EEG; (B) sequential ictal EEG; (C) post-operative EEG.

Figure 2

Preoperative PET and MRI from Patient 12, a 5-year-old boy. (A and B) Preoperative MRI revealed mild atrophy on both cerebral hemispheres which was more significant on the left hemisphere; (C-E) pre-operative PET revealed obvious hypometabolism in the left temporal, parietal, frontal, and anterior occipital regions. (C and D) Axial scan mode; (E) coronal scan mode.

Figure 3

Postoperative MRI of Patient 12, a 5-year-old boy, showing the site of TPO disconnections. (A) Sagittal scan mode; (B) axial scan mode.