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Frontallappenepilepsien

  • S. Noachtar

Zusammenfassung

Der Frontallappen ist der größte Hirnlappen und kann anatomisch und funktionell in verschiedene Kompartements unterteilt werden. Er enthält nach den mesialen Temporalhirnstrukturen (Hippocampus, Amygdala etc.) besonders epileptogene Regionen (sensomotorischer Kortex). Mit epileptogener Region sind jene Kortexareale gemeint, von denen epileptische Anfälle ausgehen.

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