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Recording epileptiform activity with magnetoencephalography in patients with refractory epilepsy implanted with a vagus nerve stimulator is feasible and presents added value in the presurgical evaluation

(2009) EPILEPSIA. 50(suppl. 11). p.180-180
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Carrette, Evelien et al. “Recording Epileptiform Activity with Magnetoencephalography in Patients with Refractory Epilepsy Implanted with a Vagus Nerve Stimulator Is Feasible and Presents Added Value in the Presurgical Evaluation.” Epilepsia. Vol. 50. 2009. 180–180. Print.
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Carrette, E., De Tiege, X., Boon, P., op de Beeck, M., De Herdt, V., Meurs, A., Legros, B., et al. (2009). Recording epileptiform activity with magnetoencephalography in patients with refractory epilepsy implanted with a vagus nerve stimulator is feasible and presents added value in the presurgical evaluation. EPILEPSIA (Vol. 50, pp. 180–180). Presented at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the American-Epilepsy-Society.
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Carrette, Evelien, Xavier De Tiege, Paul Boon, M op de Beeck, Veerle De Herdt, Alfred Meurs, B Legros, et al. 2009. “Recording Epileptiform Activity with Magnetoencephalography in Patients with Refractory Epilepsy Implanted with a Vagus Nerve Stimulator Is Feasible and Presents Added Value in the Presurgical Evaluation.” In Epilepsia, 50:180–180.
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Carrette, Evelien, Xavier De Tiege, Paul Boon, M op de Beeck, Veerle De Herdt, Alfred Meurs, B Legros, Robrecht Raedt, M Bourguignon, S Goldman, P Van Bogaert, and Kristl Vonck. 2009. “Recording Epileptiform Activity with Magnetoencephalography in Patients with Refractory Epilepsy Implanted with a Vagus Nerve Stimulator Is Feasible and Presents Added Value in the Presurgical Evaluation.” In Epilepsia, 50:180–180.
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Carrette E, De Tiege X, Boon P, op de Beeck M, De Herdt V, Meurs A, et al. Recording epileptiform activity with magnetoencephalography in patients with refractory epilepsy implanted with a vagus nerve stimulator is feasible and presents added value in the presurgical evaluation. EPILEPSIA. 2009. p. 180–180.
IEEE
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E. Carrette et al., “Recording epileptiform activity with magnetoencephalography in patients with refractory epilepsy implanted with a vagus nerve stimulator is feasible and presents added value in the presurgical evaluation,” in EPILEPSIA, Boston, MA, USA, 2009, vol. 50, no. suppl. 11, pp. 180–180.
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  author       = {Carrette, Evelien and De Tiege, Xavier and Boon, Paul and op de Beeck, M and De Herdt, Veerle and Meurs, Alfred and Legros, B and Raedt, Robrecht and Bourguignon, M and Goldman, S and Van Bogaert, P and Vonck, Kristl},
  booktitle    = {EPILEPSIA},
  issn         = {0013-9580},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Boston, MA, USA},
  number       = {suppl. 11},
  pages        = {180--180},
  title        = {Recording epileptiform activity with magnetoencephalography in patients with refractory epilepsy implanted with a vagus nerve stimulator is feasible and presents added value in the presurgical evaluation},
  volume       = {50},
  year         = {2009},
}

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