3 years ago

Deep learning applied to whole‐brain connectome to determine seizure control after epilepsy surgery

Brent Munsell, Leonardo Bonilha, Ezequiel Gleichgerrcht, Sonal Bhatia, William A. Vandergrift, Chris Rorden, Carrie McDonald, Jonathan Edwards, Ruben Kuzniecky

Summary

Objective

We evaluated whether deep learning applied to whole‐brain presurgical structural connectomes could be used to predict postoperative seizure outcome more accurately than inference from clinical variables in patients with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE).

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