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Although further technical improvements and prospective clinical validation are required, these results suggest that mesial temporal memory activation, detected by fMRI during complex visual scene encoding, correlates with post-surgical memory outcome, and supports the notion that this approach will ultimately contribute to patient management.

Functional MRI (fMRI) as a Replacement for the Wada Test in Evaluating Memory Function?