Resection frequency map after awake resective surgery for non-lesional neocortical epilepsy involving eloquent areas

Conclusions
Awake resective surgery with intraoperative brain mapping is an effective and safe treatment option for non-lesional epilepsy involving eloquent areas. The resection frequency map can show the resected area of a group as well as individuals and provide an objective measure of neurological risk.

from Acta Neurochirurgica

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