Epilepsy and the functional anatomy of the frontal lobe / editors, Herbert H. Jasper, Silvana Riggio, Patricia S. Goldman-Rakic.
- New York : Raven Press, ©1995.
- Advances in neurology; 0091-3952 v. 66.
Advances in neurology, 0091-3952 ; v. 66
xvii, 380 pages : illustrations.
- Frontal lobe epilepsy.
- Medical subjects:
- Epilepsy, Frontal Lobe -- physiopathology.
Epilepsy, Frontal Lobe -- surgery.
Frontal Lobe -- diagnostic imaging.
Frontal Lobe -- physiology.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
- This volume presents the latest findings from leading neuroscientists and epileptologists on the physiopathology, diagnosis, and treatment of frontal lobe seizures. The book places a timely emphasis on recent experimental work on the developmental functional neuroanatomy of the prefrontal cortex in relation to memory, cognitive behavior, and the physiopathology of frontal lobe seizures and their neurosurgical treatment.
Coverage encompasses a broad multidisciplinary range of clinical and basic science issues. Topics explored include frontal lobe function in memory and planning; the role of the human prefrontal cortex in attention control; frontal degenerative dementia and neuroimaging; lateralization in the frontal lobes; repetitive motor activity in frontal lobe epilepsy; high-resolution electroencephalographic studies of cognition; magnetic resonance imaging in frontal lobe epilepsy; presurgical evaluation; intracranial electroencephalographic investigation; video-stereo-electroencephalographic investigation of the orbito-frontal cortex; and surgery of frontal lobe epilepsy. This volume is an essential resource for neurologists and neurosurgeons involved in the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy, as well as for basic neuroscientists investigating frontal lobe function.
- The development of the frontal lobe: a view from the rear of the brain / Pasko Rakic
Memory and planning: two temporal perspectives of frontal lobe function / Joaquin M. Fuster
Role of human prefrontal cortex in attention control / Robert T. Knight, Marcia F. Grabowecky, and Donatella Scabini
Frontal degenerative dementia and neuroimaging / Neill R. Graff-Radford, James W. Russell, and Karim Rezai
Anatomical and functional circuits in prefrontal cortex of nonhuman primates: relevance to epilepsy / Patricia S. Goldman-Rakic
Aspects of human frontal lobe function / Brenda Milner
Lateralization in the frontal lobes / Elkhonon Goldberg and Kenneth Podell
A historical perspective: the rise and fall of prefrontal lobotomy / Herbert H. Jasper
The clinical signs and symptoms of frontal lobe seizures: phenomenology and classification / Patric Chauvel [and others]
Frontal lobe epilepsy: some clinical characteristics / Peter D. Williamson
Repetitive motor activity in frontal lobe epilepsy / Silvana Riggio and Richard N. Harner
Preoperative digital electroencephalography in frontal lobe epilepsy / Frank W. Sharbrough and Gregory D. Cascino
High-resolution electroencephalographic studies of cognition / Alan Gevins
Magnetic resonance imaging in frontal lobe epilepsy: a multimethod approach / Hermann Stefan [and others]
Positron emission tomography in frontal lobe epilepsy / Jerome Engel, Jr., Thomas R. Henry, and Barbara E. Swartz
Intracranial electroencephalographic investigation in frontal lobe epilepsy / L. Felipe Quesney
Human supplementary sensorimotor area: electrical stimulation and movement-related potential studies / Dudley S. Dinner and Hans O. Lüders
Video-stereo-electroencephalographic investigation of orbitofrontal cortex: ictal electroclinical patterns / Claudio Munari [and others]
Frontal lobe epilepsy: compartmentalization, presurgical evaluation, and operative results / Heinz Gregor Wieser and Marketa Hajek
Surgery of frontal lobe epilepsy / André Olivier
Final general discussion / Patricia S. Goldman-Rakic and Herbert H. Jasper.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Jasper, Herbert H. (Herbert Henri), 1906-1999.
Goldman-Rakic, Patricia S.
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