Perhaps the most important achievements in the field of epileptology in the past two decades have been in the neuroimaging and genetic breakthroughs as applied to patients with epilepsy. Indeed, neuroimaging has become a vital part in the study of epilepsy, affecting broad aspects of the disorder ranging from diagnosis and classification to treatment and prognosis. Neuroimaging in epilepsy encompasses many different approaches that have reached various levels of expertise across epilepsy centers worldwide. This book discusses every imaging modality used to gather information on epilepsy. Each technique is described by world experts and epilespy centers worldwide. Covers all known imaging modalities including MRI, CT, fMRI, PET, SPECT, Diffusion Tensor, and multimodalities Provides strategies for coregistration of images Includes over 70 beautiful full color figures Includes both adult and pediatric epilepsy Harry Chugani, MD , Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology, Chief of Pediatric Neurology, Bruce and Rosalie Rosen Professor, Director, PET Center, Department of Pediatric Neurology, Children's Hospital of Michigan, PET Center, Detroit, MI.