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MRI of focal cortical dysplasia in girl with epilepsy on Multiva 1.5T

Case Study
Rammohan, Vadapalli, M.D., Ph.D. Vijaya Diagnostics Pvt. Ltd. • India

In this 15-year-old girl with refractory epilepsy the seizure semiology was right focal seizures. The patient underwent MRI on Multiva 1.5T at Vijaya Diagnostic Center (Hyderabad, India) with the main objective to visualize any occult structural lesions like gliosis or focal cortical dysplasia.



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