By Prof. Dr. med. Heinz Grefor Wieser (auth.), B. Sutter, O. Schröttner (eds.)
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The rationale behind the invention of this approach was evidence from Morell's laboratory indicating that there was a critical mass of side-to-side connectivity that was necessary for the generation of an epileptic spike. Moreover, it has been shown that the main functional attributes of cerebral cortical tissue depends upon vertically oriented cortical colums. Morell reasoned that a surgical method, which disrupted horizontal and tangential fibres but did not interfer with the basic columna organisation of the axons feeding into or out of the cortical columns, might eliminate the capacity for epileptogenic discharge without impairing the principal physiological action of cerebral cortex .
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Advances in Epilepsy Surgery and Radiosurgery by Prof. Dr. med. Heinz Grefor Wieser (auth.), B. Sutter, O. Schröttner (eds.)