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Epilepsy is a disease with serious consequences for patients and society. In many cases seizures are sufficiently disabling to justify surgical evaluation. In this context, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is one of the most valuable tools for the preoperative localization of epileptogenic foci. Because these lesions show a large variety of presentations (including subtle imaging characteristics), their analysis requires careful and systematic interpretation of MRI data. Several studies havedoi:10.6061/clinics/2015(09)10 pmid:26375569 pmcid:PMC4557590 fatcat:ehsowumtb5gnxoxybv4dpbqqhi