Section 1: General overview 1: Hans O. Luders: History of invasive EEG 2: Samden D. Lhatoo, Nuria Lacuey, and Philippe Ryvlin: Principles of invasive EEG 3: Gholam K. Motamedi, Jean Gotman, and Ronald P. Lesser: Technical and practical aspects of invasive recordings and brain stimulation 4: Robert A. McGovern and Guy M. McKhann II: Subdural grid electrode placement: Approaches and complications 5: Thomas Ostergard and Jonathan P. Miller: Depth electrodes: Approaches and complications Section 2: Identifying and mapping epileptiform and non-epileptiform activity 6: Birgit Frauscher and Francois Dubeau: Physiological activity and artifacts in the human epileptic brain studied with intracerebral depth electrodes EEG 7: Beate Diehl and Catherine A. Scott: Physiological activity and artefacts in epileptic brain in subdural EEG 8: Sebastian Bauer and Felix Rosenow: The irritative zone and seizure onset zone in subdural EEG 9: Fabrice Bartolomei: The irritative, epileptogenic and ictal onset zones in depth EEG 10: Andre Palmini and Eliseu Paglioli: The irritative zone and seizure onset zone in acute ECoG: The quest for relevant epileptogenic tissue 11: Julia Jacobs: High frequency oscillations (HFO) 12: Shasha Wu, Vernon L. Towle, Jonathan P. Miller, and Hans O. Luders: Direct current shift recordings 13: Patrick Landazuri and Lorella Minotti: Electrical stimulation for the mapping of the epileptogenic zone 14: Jerome Engel, Jr., Richard Staba, and Itzhak Fried: Invasive EEG and hippocampal sclerosis 15: Laura Tassi and Roberto Mai: Invasive EEG in cortical dysplasia 16: Francine Chassoux, Elisabeth Landre, and Bertrand Devaux: Invasive EEG in tumoral epilepsy 17: A. Simon Harvey: Invasive EEG in tuberous sclerosis 18: Roberto Mai and Laura Tassi: Invasive EEG in gray matter heterotopia 19: Louis Maillard and Georgia Ramantani: SEEG in polymicrogyria: When and how? 20: Julia Scholly, Fabrice Bartolomei, and Edouard Hirsch: Invasive EEG in hypothalamic hamartoma Section 3: Invasive EEG approaches in specific clinical situations 21: Anne-Sophie Job-Chapron, Lorella Minotti, Dominique Hoffmann, and Philippe Kahane: SEEG in temporal lobe epilepsy 22: Stephan U. Schuele: Subdural EEG in temporal lobe epilepsy 23: Aileen McGonigal and Patrick Chauvel: SEEG in frontal lobe epilepsy 24: Akio Ikeda: Subdural EEG in frontal lobe epilepsy 25: Stefano Francione, Alexandra Liava, and Francesco Cardinale: SEEG in the posterior cortex epilepsies 26: Americo C. Sakamoto, Tonicarlo R. Velasco, and Jorge Gonzalez-Martinez: Subdural EEG in posterior cortex epilepsy 27: Philippe Ryvlin and Fabienne Picard: Invasive EEG investigation of the insula 28: Bertrand Devaux, Francine Chassoux, Elisabeth Landre, and Baris Turak: Depth EEG in sensorimotor cortex epilepsy 29: Jonathan Edwards, Ekrem Kutluay, and William A. Vandergrift: Invasive studies of sensory motor cortex epilepsy Section 4: Human brain mapping 30: Stephanie Gollwitzer and Hajo M. Hamer: Human brain mapping using subdural electrodes 31: Milan Brazdil, Pavel Jurak, and Ivan Rektor: Intracranial event-related potentials 32: Riki Matsumoto and Takeharu Kunieda: Cortico-cortical evoked potential mapping 33: Jean-Philippe Lachaux: Dynamic spectral imaging: Online and offline functional brain mapping using high-frequency activity [50 Hz DS 150 Hz] in SEEG Section 5: Therapy using invasive EEG 34: Marc Guenot and Pierre Bourdillon: Thermocoagulation of the ictal onset zone using SEEG (thermo-SEEG) 35: Mathieu Sprengers, Sofie Carrette, Kristl Vonck, and Paul Boon: Therapeutic stimulation of the ictal onset zone Section 6: Special techniques and future prospects 36: Michal T. Kucewicz, B. Michael Berry, and Gregory A. Worrell: Simultaneous macro- and micro-recordings 37: Michelle L. Humeiden, Jorge E. Quintero, John T. Slevin, and Greg A. Gerhardt: Fast analytical sensing technology: Microelectrode-based recordings of tonic and phasic neurotransmitter signaling in the mamalian brain 38: Olivier David: Mapping of seizure networks 39: Fabrice Wendling, Pascal Benquet, and Fabrice Bartolomei: SEEG recordings: From signal processing to models of epileptogenic networks
Samden D. Lhatoo is Professor of Neurology, and Dorothy Blair and Robert Daroff Chair in Neurology, in the Department of Neurology, UH Case Medical Center, Cleveland, OH, USA. Philippe Kahane is Director of the Unit for Epilepsy and Neurological Diseases at the Neurology and Psychiatry Department, Grenoble University Hospital, Grenoble, France. Hans O. Luders is a Professor of Neurology in the Department of Neurology, UH Case Medical Center, Cleveland, OH, USA.
This is an extremely useful book for those seeking multidisciplinary knowledge of invasive epilepsy recording. Its comprehensiveness will prove useful for those seeking to better collaboration through mutual understanding. For those in clinical practice, the organization of topics will enable effective review in a clinically relevant manner. * Nealen G. Laxpati, Neurosurgery *