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Diagnostic Methods

Annual Report - 2015
Commission Report - 2015
Meeting minutes – Diagnostic Methods Commission business meeting, Philadelphia, December 2015
Annual Report – 2014
Commission Report - 2014
Annual Report - 2013
Commission Report - 2009-2013
Annual Report - 2012


Diagnostic utility of invasive EEG for epilepsy surgery: Indications, modalities, and techniques (2016)

International recommendation for a comprehensive neuropathologic workup of epilepsy surgery brain tissue: A consensus Task Force report from the ILAE Commission on Diagnostic Methods (2016) PDF

International consensus classification of hippocampal sclerosis in temporal lobe epilepsy

The clinico-pathological spectrum of Focal Cortical Dysplasias: A consensus classification proposed by an ad hoc task force of the ILAE Diagnostic Methods Commission, 2010

Indications and expectations for neuropsychological assessment in routine epilepsy care. Report of the ILAE Neuropsychology Task Force, Diagnostic Methods Commission, March 2015.(read as PDF)

Standardized Computer-based Organized Reporting of EEG: SCORE (2013)

Guidelines for Photic Stimulation (2012)

Methodology of photic stimulation revisited: Updated European algorithm for visual stimulation in the EEG laboratory, 2011

Guidelines for EEG in encephalopathy related to ESES/CSWS in children (2009)

ILAE Epilepsy imaging study guideline criteria: Commentary on diagnostic testing study guidelines and practice parameters, 2011

Guidelines for Neuroimaging Evaluation of Patients with Uncontrolled Epilepsy Considered for Surgery. Commission on Neuroimaging of the ILAE (1998)

Recommendations for Neuroimaging of Patients with Epilepsy; ILAE Commission on Neuroimaging (1997)


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