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White Matter Neurons in temporal lobe epilepsy.

Last updated on Tuesday, April 21 2009 by gliageek

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White Matter Neurons in temporal lobe epilepsy.
The presence of white matter neurons is considered by many to represent a mild malformation of cortical development. As White matter neurons may be found quite readily in patients without a history of epilepsy, consensus criteria indicate that greater than 10 White matter neurons per high powered field are required to reliably separate patients with epilepsy from those without



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