A new study finds that a semi-automated anatomical labeling method for stereotactic electroencephalography contacts is faster and more accurate than conventional brain mapping in epilepsy.
“Imag(in)ing SEEG With Multimodal Integration” will give epilepsy providers clear insights on how multimodal studies contribute to the pre-SEEG workup and surgical strategy formation. Don’t miss this three-day CME workshop in March.
An information-guided approach to care — involving brain mapping, image post-processing and more — is leading to enhanced diagnosis and more-personalized treatments in patients with complex neurological diseases.
A novel PET radiotracer binds preferentially to myelin to provide unique brain imaging advantages over existing MRI methods. Here’s an overview of its backstory and clinical potential.
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Myelin PET offers quantitative imaging of brain microstructure that goes beyond what’s seen with current MRI methods. Here’s how we’re using it in epilepsy — and how we’ll soon be using it in other CNS diseases.
Here’s how our work with cortico-cortical evoked potentials in epilepsy aims to ultimately enable an atlas of functional connections between various brain regions.