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Children, Volume 6, Issue 3 (March 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Along with the EEG, neuroimaging techniques are the most important tools for determining the [...] Read more. Along with the EEG, neuroimaging techniques are the most important tools for determining the possible etiology of epilepsy. Over the last decades, there have been many developments in neuroimaging of epilepsy, which have increased the detection of underlying structural pathologies. Despite these developments, diagnosis of specific epileptogenic lesions remains challenging and a close correlation with semiology, EEG and imaging findings is mandatory. Combining these different tools can increase the odds for a seizure-free surgical outcome, as well as allay some of the negative cognitive, psychological and socioeconomic consequences of epilepsy. This article provides a comprehensive overview of neuroimaging techniques in epilepsy, highlighting recent advances and summarizes frequent etiologies of epilepsy in order to improve the diagnosis and management of patients suffering from seizures. View Paper here.