Which area of the brain is more prone for SCAR EPILEPSY.

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Seizures can occur anywhere in the brain, but in children they frequently occur in the temporal and frontal lobes, affecting the functions that these regions control. A region of particular importance in adults with epilepsy, but less so in children, is the mesial, or middle, part of the temporal lobe

A region of particular importance in adults with epilepsy, but less so in children, is the mesial, or middle, part of the temporal lobe.

Every scar is epileptogenic, cortical involvement, penetrating injury are more likely to be epileptogenic. Predominantly involved areas frontal, than temporal

Siezures can occur anywhere in the brain, but in children they frequently occur in the temporal and frontal lobes, affecting the function that these regions control. A region of particular importance in adults with epilepsy, but less so in children, is the mesial, or middle, part of the temporal lobe.

Middle part of temporal lobe.

Temporal and frontal lobe are Area more prone for scar epilepsy

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