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No clue...I'm actually okay with not knowing.
Does that mean they actually operated on the wrong part of your brain?:brain:
I was told by wonderful Neurologists when I was younger that they could control my seizures at first and second surgery they said not make seizures so often.
I lost my job and it was suggested being a Neurodiagnostic Tech. I did that for approx. 20 years. When I moved from coast to coast they did a fancy MRI and found the surgery was not quite the location. They told me in it was not in the lobes. My focus was in the ventricle below the lobes.
THey called it a periventricular nodular heterotopia. That is why my seizures where never under controlled and they started when I was around 13. It was a birth defect.
which part did you want to use? the part were I claim to be the storm?Futureghost: as a poet I greatly appreciate your poetic use of the term, and it IS poetic. I like that, I have electric storms in my head, yeah its all crazy and I show it when I drop and seize all over with my body. can I use that?
The EEG data showed the discharges but not the exact location. The Head of dept. said at a University if he was aware of it, that he would of had depth electrodes done on me and I would not of had this situation.Does that mean they actually operated on the wrong part of your brain?