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  • Patient-controlled neuroleptanalgesia or PCNA, as we propose to call this technique, appeared practical, effective and safe [19].
  • Intraoperative electrocorticography (ECoG) was performed to localize epileptic foci in 20 children undergoing temporal and extratemporal surgery for intractable epilepsy under modified neuroleptanalgesia [20].


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