Cortical stimulation mapping for localization of visual and auditory language in pediatric epilepsy patients.
ASMG = anterior supramarginal gyrus
ASTG = anterior superior temporal gyrus
ECS = electrical cortical stimulation
MITG = medial inferior temporal gyrus
MMTG = medial middle temporal gyrus
MPrG = medial precentral gyrus
MSTG = medial superior temporal gyrus
OpIFG = opercular inferior frontal gyrus
PMFG = posterior middle frontal gyrus
PMTG = posterior middle temporal gyrus
PSMG = posterior supramarginal gyrus
PSTG = posterior superior temporal gyrus
PolMTG = polar middle temporal gyrus
fMRI = functional MRI
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