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#AESmtg14 highlights: Frontal lobe epilepsy: semiology and cognitive aspects

Here is my live-tweeting from this Special Interest Group session from the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society on Dec. 7 in Seattle, WA, collected on Storify.

This session in fact turned into one long presentation by Prof. Patrick Chauvel, from the CHU of Marseille. And it was a truly masterful lesson, with many fascinating video-intracranial EEG presentations of patients with epilepsy involving the prefrontal lobe. Dr. Chauvel drew anatomical-electrical-clinical correlates from each patient to build a systematic approach to these poorly understood epilepsies.

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