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Minimally Invasive Epilepsy Surgery: Cutting-Edge Treatments

By MyEpilepsyTeam on December 02, 2022
In recent years, epilepsy surgery has quickly evolved to be less invasive, with fewer side effects and better outcomes. This article will review different minimally invasive surgery options, their risks and benefits, and how to know if you are a good candidate for surgery.