Intraoperative Ecog

Some articles on ecog:

Intracranial EEG - Clinical Applications - Intractable Epilepsy
... Extraoperative ECoG Before a patient can be identified as a candidate for resectioning surgery, MRI must be performed to demonstrate the presence of a structural lesion within the cortex, supported ... Once a lesion has been identified, ECoG may be performed to determine the location and extent of the lesion and surrounding irritative region ... ECoG is considered to be the gold standard for assessing neuronal activity in patients with epilepsy, and is widely used for presurgical planning to guide ...