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The stereotactic implantation of several acute and chronic electrodes (stereo-EEG) gives a 3-dimensional definition of the epileptogenic area and of its propagation pathways. These data, as well as the individual anatomy of the patient's brain are represented by the neurosurgeon on a surgical diagram. The transfer of these data to the surgical field is facilitated by the accuracy of the diagram. A double postoperative control is made (photogra phs-teleangiogra phy). The described methodology increases the precision of open surgery.
Introduction to stereotaxis with an atlas of the human brain, 1 vol. New York: Grune and Stratton. 1959. 7. , In vivo localization of brain sulci by arteriography: a stereotactic anatomoradiological study. Brain Res. 95 (1975), 497-502. 8. , Angiography of the Human Brain Cortex. , p. 273. Berlin-Heidelberg-New York: Springer. 1977. 9. , Peragut, ]. , Irradiation interstitielle des gliomes. Neuro-chir. (Paris) 21 (1975), 187-226. 10. , Stereotactic Neuroradiology and Functional Neurosurgery: Localization of Cortical Structures by Three-Dimensional Angiography.
2). Seizures generally apeared at an early age. 80% of seizures appear before patients are 16 years * Service de Neurochirurgie Fonctionnelle de I'Hopital Sainte-Anne, 1, rue Cabanis, F-75014 Paris, et Unite de Recherches INSERM (U. 97) sur l'Epilepsie, 2ter, rue d'Alesia, F-75014 Paris, France. 0065-1419/80/Suppl. 40 56 A. Bonis: old and 500/0 before they are 9 years old (115 patients on 220 patients). Duration of seizure tendency at the time of surgery (Fig. 3) is 8 to 18 years in more than 80% of patients with a maximum between 11 and 14 years.