Computers have become important over the last 50 years for guiding doctors to the source of a patient’s epilepsy. Here, computers record images of the brain of a person undergoing an MRI scan. By reading the computer, the surgeon might then be able to spot the site of “electrical storms” which cause epileptic seizures. — Science News, September 3, 1966 UPDATE Computers are now a central part of surgery for epilepsy. Positron emission tomography and single-photon emission CT scans may further delineate the trouble spot.
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