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    1. Schulz, R; Luders, HO; Hoppe, M; Jokeit, H; Moch, A; Tuxhorn, I; May, T; Ebner, A
      Lack of aura experience correlates with bitemporal dysfunction in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    2. Welker, KM; Tsuruda, JS; Hadley, JR; Hayes, CE
      Radio-frequency coil selection for MR imaging of the brain and skull base

      RADIOLOGY
    3. Oikawa, H; Sasaki, M; Tamakawa, Y; Kamei, A
      The circuit of Papez in mesial temporal sclerosis: MRI

      NEURORADIOLOGY
    4. Husain, AM; Mendez, M; Friedman, AH
      Intractable epilepsy following radiosurgery for arteriovenous malformation- Case report

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    5. Wendel, JD; Trenerry, MR; Xu, YC; Sencakova, D; Cascino, GD; Britton, JW; Lagerlund, TD; Shin, C; So, EL; Sharbrough, FW; Jack, CR
      The relationship between quantitative T-2 relaxometry and memory in nonlesional temporal lobe epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    6. Stephen, LJ; Kwan, P; Brodie, MJ
      Does the cause of localisation-related epilepsy influence the response to antiepileptic drug treatment?

      EPILEPSIA
    7. Moran, NF; Lemieux, L; Kitchen, ND; Fish, DR; Shorvon, SD
      Extrahippocampal temporal lobe atrophy in temporal lobe epilepsy and mesial temporal sclerosis

      BRAIN
    8. Hennessy, MJ; Elwes, RDC; Rabe-Hesketh, S; Binnie, CD; Polkey, CE
      Prognostic factors in the surgical treatment of medically intractable epilepsy associated with mesial temporal sclerosis

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    9. Someya, Y; Obata, T; Suhara, T; Ota, Y; Ikehira, H; Tanada, S; Hirakawa, K; Okubo, Y; Sasaki, Y
      Seizure frequency and bilateral temporal abnormalities: a proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy of temporal lobe epilepsy

      SEIZURE-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPILEPSY
    10. Bernasconi, A; Bernasconi, N; Caramanos, Z; Reutens, DC; Andermann, F; Dubeau, F; Tampieri, D; Pike, BG; Arnold, DL
      T2 relaxometry can lateralize mesial temporal lobe epilepsy in patients with normal MRI

      NEUROIMAGE
    11. Kwan, P; Sills, GJ; Kelly, K; Butler, E; Brodie, MJ
      Glutamic acid decarboxylase autoantibodies in controlled and uncontrolled epilepsy: a pilot study

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    12. Quiske, A; Helmstaedter, C; Lux, S; Elger, CE
      Depression in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy is related to mesial temporal sclerosis

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    13. Modha, A; Vassilyadi, M; Keene, D; Jimenez, C; Michaud, J; Matzinger, MA; Ventureyra, ECG
      Temporal lobe focal cortical dysplasia: MRI imaging using FLAIR shows lesions consistent with neoplasia

      CHILDS NERVOUS SYSTEM
    14. Vernet, O; Farmer, JP; Montes, JL; Villemure, JG; Meagher-Villemure, K
      Dysgenetic mesial temporal sclerosis: an unrecognized entity

      CHILDS NERVOUS SYSTEM
    15. Grossman, RI
      Brain imaging

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NEURORADIOLOGY
    16. Lenclos, N; Oppenheim, C; Dormont, D; Hasboun, D; Baulac, M; Marsault, C
      MRI of drug-resistant epilepsies: contribution of FLAIR sequence in a series of 150 patients

      JOURNAL OF NEURORADIOLOGY
    17. Hirai, T; Korogi, Y; Yoshizumi, K; Shigematsu, Y; Sugahara, T; Takahashi, M
      Limbic lobe of the human brain: Evaluation with turbo fluid-attenuated inversion-recovery MR imaging

      RADIOLOGY
    18. Deasy, NP; Jarosz, JM; Elwes, RCD; Polkey, CE; Cox, TCS
      Thalamic changes with mesial temporal sclerosis: MRI

      NEURORADIOLOGY
    19. Yilmazer-Hanke, DM; Wolf, HK; Schramm, J; Elger, CE; Wiestler, OD; Blumcke, I
      Subregional pathology of the amygdala complex and entorhinal region in surgical specimens from patients with pharmacoresistant temporal lobe epilepsy

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPATHOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    20. Essig, M; Wenz, F; Schoenberg, SO; Debus, J; Knopp, MV; Van Kaick, G
      Arteriovenous malformations - Assessment of gliotic and ischemic changes with fluid-attenuated inversion-recovery MRI

      INVESTIGATIVE RADIOLOGY
    21. Gilliam, F; Faught, E; Martin, R; Bowling, S; Bilir, E; Thomas, J; Morawetz, R; Kuzniecky, R
      Predictive value of MRI-identified mesial temporal sclerosis for surgical outcome in temporal lobe epilepsy: An intent-to-treat analysis

      EPILEPSIA
    22. Schulz, R; Luders, HO; Hoppe, M; Tuxhorn, I; May, T; Ebner, A
      Interictal EEG and ictal scalp EEG propagation are highly predictive of surgical outcome in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    23. Schuh, LA; Henry, TR; Ross, DA; Smith, BJ; Elisevich, K; Drury, I
      Ictal spiking patterns recorded from temporal depth electrodes predict good outcome after anterior temporal lobectomy

      EPILEPSIA
    24. Moore, KR; Swallow, CE; Tsuruda, JS
      Incidental detection of hippocampal sclerosis on MR images: Is it significant?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NEURORADIOLOGY
    25. Banati, RB; Goerres, GW; Myers, R; Gunn, RN; Turkheimer, FE; Kreutzberg, GW; Brooks, DJ; Jones, T; Duncan, JS
      [C-11](R)-PK11195 positron emission tomography imaging of activated microglia in vivo in Rasmussen's encephalitis

      NEUROLOGY
    26. Meiners, LC; Van Gils, A; De Kort, G; Van Der Graaf, Y; Jansen, GH; Van Veelen, CWM
      Fast fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) compared with T2-weightedspin-echo in the magnetic resonance diagnosis of mesial temporal sclerosis

      INVESTIGATIVE RADIOLOGY
    27. Kim, WJ; Park, SC; Lee, SJ; Lee, JH; Kim, JY; Lee, BI; Kim, DI
      The prognosis for control of seizures with medications in patients with MRI evidence for mesial temporal sclerosis

      EPILEPSIA
    28. Briellmann, RS; Jackson, GD; Mitchell, LA; Fitt, GJ; Kim, SE; Berkovic, SF
      Occurrence of hippocampal sclerosis, is one hemisphere or gender more vulnerable?

      EPILEPSIA
    29. Choi, D; Na, DG; Byun, HS; Suh, YL; Kim, SE; Ro, DW; Chung, IG; Hong, SC; Hong, SB
      White-matter change in mesial temporal sclerosis: Correlation of MRI with PET, pathology, and clinical features

      EPILEPSIA
    30. Foldvary, N; Lee, N; Hanson, MW; Coleman, RE; Hulette, CM; Friedman, AH; Bej, MD; Radtke, RA
      Correlation of hippocampal neuronal density and FDG-PET in mesial temporallobe epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    31. NAMER IJ; WAYDELICH R; ARMSPACH JP; HIRSCH E; MARESCAUX C; GRUCKER D
      CONTRIBUTION OF T-2 RELAXATION-TIME MAPPING IN THE EVALUATION OF CRYPTOGENIC TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      NeuroImage
    32. XIE H; BRINES ML; DELANEROLLE NC
      TRANSCRIPTS OF THE TRANSPOSON MARINER ARE PRESENT IN EPILEPTIC BRAIN

      Epilepsy research
    33. MILLER LA; LAI R; MUNOZ DG
      CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE ENTORHINAL CORTEX, AMYGDALA AND HIPPOCAMPUS TO HUMAN-MEMORY

      Neuropsychologia
    34. KANEMOTO K; TAKUJI N; KAWASAKI J; KAWAI I
      CHARACTERISTICS AND TREATMENT OF TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY WITH A HISTORY OF COMPLICATED FEBRILE CONVULSION

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    35. BLUMCKE I; BROCKHAUS A; SCHEIWE C; ROLLBROCKER B; WOLF HK; ELGER CE; WIESTLER OD
      THE APOLIPOPROTEIN-E EPSILON-4 ALLELE IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH EARLY-ONSET TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      NeuroReport
    36. BRINES ML; SUNDARESAN S; SPENCER DD; DELANEROLLE NC
      QUANTITATIVE AUTORADIOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF IONOTROPIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR SUBTYPES IN HUMAN TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY - UP-REGULATION IN REORGANIZED EPILEPTOGENIC HIPPOCAMPUS

      European journal of neuroscience
    37. WASENKO JJ; GHARAGOZLOO AM; SMITH MV; THOMAS D
      HIGH-RESOLUTION MR TECHNIQUE IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF MESIAL TEMPORAL SCLEROSIS - CORRELATIVE MRI AND PATHOLOGICAL FEATURES

      Clinical imaging
    38. NATSUME J; WATANABE K; TADOKORO M; NEGORO T; ASO K; NAKASHIMA S; MAEDA N; OHTA T; IKEDA M; YAMADA T
      WIDESPREAD GLUCOSE HYPOMETABOLISM IN PATIENTS WITH HIPPOCAMPAL ATROPHY - EVALUATION WITH F-18 FLUORODEOXYGLUCOSE POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY

      Journal of epilepsy
    39. RUSHING EJ; BARNARD JJ; BIGIO EH; EAGAN KP; WHITE CL
      FREQUENCY OF UNILATERAL AND BILATERAL MESIAL TEMPORAL SCLEROSIS IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EPILEPSY - A FORENSIC AUTOPSY STUDY

      The American journal of forensic medicine and pathology
    40. SCHWARTZ TH; BAZIL CW; WALCZAK TS; CHAN S; PEDLEY TA; GOODMAN RR
      THE PREDICTIVE VALUE OF INTRAOPERATIVE ELECTROCORTICOGRAPHY IN RESECTIONS FOR LIMBIC EPILEPSY ASSOCIATED WITH MESIAL TEMPORAL SCLEROSIS

      Neurosurgery
    41. OJEMANN GA
      TREATMENT OF TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Annual review of medicine
    42. YAGISHITA A; ARAI N; MAEHARA T; SHIMIZU H; TOKUMARU AM; ODA M
      FOCAL CORTICAL DYSPLASIA - APPEARANCE OF MR-IMAGES

      Radiology
    43. BAXENDALE SA
      THE ROLE OF THE HIPPOCAMPUS IN RECOGNITION MEMORY

      Neuropsychologia
    44. HOGAN RE; COOK MJ; BINNS DW; DESMOND PM; KILPATRICK CJ; MURRIE VL; MORRIS KF
      PERFUSION PATTERNS IN POSTICTAL TC-99M-HMPAO SPECT AFTER COREGISTRATION WITH MRI IN PATIENTS WITH MESIAL TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    45. MEINERS LC; VALK J; VANGILS APG; DEKORT GAP; WITKAMP TD; RAMOS LMP; VANHUFFELEN AC; VANVEELEN CWM; JANSEN GH; WYNNE HJ; MALI WPTM
      ASSESSMENT OF THE PREFERRED PLANE AND SEQUENCE IN THE DEPICTION OF MESIAL TEMPORAL SCLEROSIS USING MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      Investigative radiology
    46. MEINERS LC
      EPILEPTOGENIC LESIONS REQUIRING ADDITIONAL MRI STUDIES

      Epilepsia
    47. KING D; BRONEN RA; SPENCER DD; SPENCER SS
      TOPOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF SEIZURE ONSET AND HIPPOCAMPAL ATROPHY - RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MRI AND DEPTH EEG

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    48. GILNAGEL A; RISINGER MW
      ICTAL SEMIOLOGY IN HIPPOCAMPAL VERSUS EXTRAHIPPOCAMPAL TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Brain
    49. MELLO LEAM; COVOLAN L
      SPONTANEOUS SEIZURES PREFERENTIALLY INJURE INTERNEURONS IN THE PILOCARPINE MODEL OF CHRONIC SPONTANEOUS SEIZURES

      Epilepsy research
    50. YOSHINAGA H; SATO M; SANADA S; ASANO T; NAKAHORI T; OKA E; OHTAHARA S
      MULTIMODAL ESTIMATION OF EPILEPTIC FOCI WITH DIPOLE LOCALIZATION METHOD AND OTHER TECHNIQUE

      Brain topography
    51. CHUNG MH; HOROUPIAN DS
      CORPORA-AMYLACEA - A MARKER FOR MESIAL TEMPORAL SCLEROSIS

      Journal of neuropathology and experimental neurology
    52. TRENERRY MR; JACK CR; CASCINO GD; SHARBROUGH FW; SO EL
      BILATERAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE IMAGING-DETERMINED HIPPOCAMPAL ATROPHY AND VERBAL MEMORY BEFORE AND AFTER TEMPORAL LOBECTOMY

      Epilepsia
    53. PARK YD; MURRO AM; KING DW; GALLAGHER BB; SMITH JR; YAGHMAI F
      THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ICTAL DEPTH EEG PATTERNS IN PATIENTS WITH TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    54. OBRIEN TJ; KILPATRICK C; MURRIE V; VOGRIN S; MORRIS K; COOK MJ
      TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY CAUSED BY MESIAL TEMPORAL SCLEROSIS AND TEMPORAL NEOCORTICAL LESIONS - A CLINICAL AND ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC STUDY OF 46 PATHOLOGICALLY PROVEN CASES

      Brain
    55. CENDES F; DUBEAU F; ANDERMANN F; QUESNEY LF; GAMBARDELLA A; JONESGOTMAN M; BIZZI J; OLIVIER A; GOTMAN J; ARNOLD DL
      SIGNIFICANCE OF MESIAL TEMPORAL ATROPHY IN RELATION TO INTRACRANIAL ICTAL AND INTERICTAL STEREO EEG ABNORMALITIES

      Brain
    56. LEITE JP; CAVALHEIRO EA
      EFFECTS OF CONVENTIONAL ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS IN A MODEL OF SPONTANEOUSRECURRENT SEIZURES IN RATS

      Epilepsy research
    57. TRENERRY MR; JACK CR; CASCINO GD; SHARBROUGH FW; IVNIK RJ
      GENDER DIFFERENCES IN POST-TEMPORAL LOBECTOMY VERBAL MEMORY AND RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MRI HIPPOCAMPAL VOLUMES AND PREOPERATIVE VERBAL MEMORY

      Epilepsy research
    58. KING D; SPENCER S
      INVASIVE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY IN MESIAL TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    59. JACK CR; THEODORE WH; COOK M; MCCARTHY G
      MRI-BASED HIPPOCAMPAL VOLUMETRICS - DATA-ACQUISITION, NORMAL RANGES, AND OPTIMAL PROTOCOL

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    60. LUBY M; SPENCER DD; KIM JH; DELANEROLLE N; MCCARTHY G
      HIPPOCAMPAL MRI VOLUMETRICS AND TEMPORAL-LOBE SUBSTRATES IN MEDIAL TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    61. TRENERRY MR; WESTERVELD M; MEADOR KJ
      MRI HIPPOCAMPAL VOLUME AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGY IN EPILEPSY SURGERY

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    62. MAMOURIAN AC; RODICHOK L; TOWFIGHI J
      THE ASYMMETRIC MAMILLARY BODY - ASSOCIATION WITH MEDIAL TEMPORAL-LOBEDISEASE DEMONSTRATED WITH MR

      American journal of neuroradiology
    63. KODAMA K; MURAKAMI A; YAMANOUCHI N; KOSEKI K; IWASA H; OKADA S; SAKAMOTO T; NODA S; KOMATSU N; SATO T
      MR IN TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY - EARLY-CHILDHOOD ONSET VERSUS LATER ONSET

      American journal of neuroradiology
    64. MATHERN GW; PRETORIUS JK; BABB TL
      INFLUENCE OF THE TYPE OF INITIAL PRECIPITATING INJURY AND AT WHAT AGEIT OCCURS ON COURSE AND OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH TEMPORAL-LOBE SEIZURES

      Journal of neurosurgery
    65. MATHERN GW; PRETORIUS JK; BABB TL; QUINN B
      UNILATERAL HIPPOCAMPAL MOSSY FIBER SPROUTING AND BILATERAL ASYMMETRICNEURON LOSS WITH EPISODIC POSTICTAL PSYCHOSIS

      Journal of neurosurgery
    66. KING D; SPENCER SS; MCCARTHY G; LUBY M; SPENCER DD
      BILATERAL HIPPOCAMPAL ATROPHY IN MEDIAL TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    67. MAHER J; MCLACHLAN RS
      FEBRILE CONVULSIONS - IS SEIZURE DURATION THE MOST IMPORTANT PREDICTOR OF TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Brain
    68. TRENERRY MR; JACK CR
      WISCONSIN CARD SORTING TEST-PERFORMANCE BEFORE AND AFTER TEMPORAL LOBECTOMY

      Journal of epilepsy
    69. MEINERS LC; VANGILS A; JANSEN GH; DEKORT G; WITKAMP TD; RAMOS LMP; VALK J; DEBETS RMC; VANHUFFELEN AC; VANVEELEN CWM; MALI WPTM
      TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY - THE VARIOUS MR APPEARANCES OF HISTOLOGICALLYPROVEN MESIAL TEMPORAL SCLEROSIS

      American journal of neuroradiology
    70. CENDES F; ANDERMANN F; GLOOR P; GAMBARDELLA A; LOPESCENDES I; WATSON C; EVANS A; CARPENTER S; OLIVIER A
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATROPHY OF THE AMYGDALA AND ICTAL FEAR IN TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Brain
    71. TRENERRY MR; JACK CR; SHARBROUGH FW; CASCINO GD; HIRSCHORN KA; MARSH WR; KELLY PJ; MEYER FB
      QUANTITATIVE MRI HIPPOCAMPAL VOLUMES - ASSOCIATION WITH ONSET AND DURATION OF EPILEPSY, AND FEBRILE CONVULSIONS IN TEMPORAL LOBECTOMY PATIENTS

      Epilepsy research


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