Epilepsy still has no cure, and while many cases can be managed with anti-seizure medications, as many as 30% of cases are drug-resistant and therefore require more intensive treatment methods. | “This algorithm could help to find more of these hidden lesions in children and adults with epilepsy and enable more patients with epilepsy to be considered for brain surgery that could cure the epilepsy and improve their cognitive development,” Konrad Wagstyl, Ph.D., co-senior author of the study, said in a statement.
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