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Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 106: 357-368 78. Williamson SJ, Lu ZL, Karron D, Kaufman L (1991) Advantages and limita tions of magnetic source imaging. Brain Topogr 4: 169-180 79. Woermann FG, Free SL, Koepp MJ, Ashburner J, Duncan JS (1999) Voxel-by-voxel comparison of automaticalIy segmented cerebral gray matter - A rater-independent comparison of structural MRI in patients with epilepsy. Neuroimage 10: 373-384 80. Wolf RL, Alsop DC, Levy-Reis I, Meyer PT, Maldjian JA, Gonzalez-Atavales J, French JA, Alavi A, Detre JA (2001) Detection of mesial temporal lobe hypoperfusion in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy by use of arterial spin labeled perfusion MR imaging.

The focus of the presurgical evaluation is the accurate definition of the epileptogenic zone. According to Lueders and Awad [13] the following, closely related concepts should be defined and their mutual relationships clarified: Irritative zone, pacemaker-zone, epileptogenic lesion, ictal symptomatogenic zone, and functional deficit zone (Fig. 1). The irritative zone is defined as the region of the cortex that generates interictal epileptiform discharges in the EEG. A major limitation of the concept of Fig.

Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 106: 357-368 78. Williamson SJ, Lu ZL, Karron D, Kaufman L (1991) Advantages and limita tions of magnetic source imaging. Brain Topogr 4: 169-180 79. Woermann FG, Free SL, Koepp MJ, Ashburner J, Duncan JS (1999) Voxel-by-voxel comparison of automaticalIy segmented cerebral gray matter - A rater-independent comparison of structural MRI in patients with epilepsy. Neuroimage 10: 373-384 80. Wolf RL, Alsop DC, Levy-Reis I, Meyer PT, Maldjian JA, Gonzalez-Atavales J, French JA, Alavi A, Detre JA (2001) Detection of mesial temporal lobe hypoperfusion in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy by use of arterial spin labeled perfusion MR imaging.

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