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Chronic subthreshold cortical stimulation to treat focal epilepsy .
DVD develops when fixation (or fixational effort) evokes facultative cortical suppression of the peripheral retina, which suggests that this secondary effect provides the cortical output signal that ultimately trigge...
Enhanced diagnosis of focal cortical dysplasia Morphometric MRI analysis for focal cortical dysplasia Open pop-up dialog box Close Morphometric MRI analysis for focal cortical dysplasia Morphometric ...
Posterior cortical atrophy The Low Vision Research Program is also working to determine the origins of visual perception problems caused by posterior cortical atrophy.
Avoiding seizures Mayo Clinic's awake craniotomy protocol seeks to minimize the intensity of current used for cortical and subcortical stimulation, while not compromising the reliability of stimulation mapping.
Based on the clinical, biochemical and imaging presentation, adrenal cortical carcinoma (ACC) was suspected and an open right adrenalectomy was performed.
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Surgery using cortical-based trajectory screws Open pop-up dialog box Close Surgery using cortical-based trajectory screws Surgery using cortical-based trajectory screws A.
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