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Evolution of Stereo-Electroencephalography at Massachusetts General Hospital.

The practice of invasive monitoring for presurgical epilepsy workup has evolved at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in parallel to the evolution in the field's understanding of epilepsy as a network disorder. Implantations have shifted from an emphasis on singularly finding single foci for the purpose of resection to a network-hypothesis-driven approach aiming to delineate patients' seizure networks with the goal of developing surgical interventions that disrupt critical nodes of these networks. Here, the authors review all invasive monitoring cases at MGH from April 2016 through June 2023 to describe how this paradigm shift has taken form.

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