Stereo EEG Monitoring (SEEG)

Stereo EEG Monitoring (SEEG)

 

Stereo-electroencephalography (SEEG) was invented by the French team of neurosurgeon Jean Talairach and neurologist Jean Bancaud in the 1960s. The technique of SEEG remained confined to European and Canadian centers for several decades before becoming rapidly adopted worldwide from about 2010 onwards.

 

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