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Variability and mosaicism on the cortical human map based on data from electrical cortical stimulation in epileptic patients submitted to epilepsy surgery



Variability and mosaicism on the cortical human map based on data from electrical cortical stimulation in epileptic patients submitted to epilepsy surgery



Journal of the Neurological Sciences 150(Suppl. ): S235




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DOI: 10.1016/s0022-510x(97)86022-4


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