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[Surgical treatment of epilepsy]. Surgical treatment of epilepsy is now possible with the advent of the video-EEG. It can be classified into two methods: the first one is to record the EEG signals with a portable video-EEG machine during epilepsy and to define a surgical focus by analyzing the electrical activity. However, the second method is to record the EEG signals with a mobile video-EEG machine during epilepsy and to achieve complete resection of the epileptogenic foci by anterior temporal resection or parietal lobectomy. Although these two methods are much less invasive than the conventional intracranial electroencephalography, they require a long time and much effort for the patient, the family and the physician. Therefore, it is essential to determine the exact site of seizure onset and epileptogenic foci to improve the results of surgical treatment of epilepsy. If we can identify the area that is the epileptogenic zone by non-invasive examination such as MRI, which is the most effective modality to detect epilepsy, then we can save the time and energy of the patients and reduce the surgical invasiveness. The video-EEG and MRI are the most important modalities to detect the epileptogenic zone in the human brain. When epilepsy is suspected in a patient, it is important to perform both the video-EEG and MRI and to identify the epileptogenic zone before planning the surgical treatment.Q: Remove a line from a series of file I have a big series of files with the format 1.0 4.0 1.1 4.2 1.2 4.5 1.3 4.9 I need to remove the 1.1 line to get this 4.0 4.2 4.5 4.9 I tried sed -i.bak '/1.1/d' *.txt And it works fine when there is only one line like this. But if I run it on the whole file, it fails. How can I get this done? A: Try this: sed -i.bak '1s/.*/& &/' *.txt Change it to this: sed -i.bak '1s/1.1/1.0/;1s/1.2/1.1/;1s/1.3/1.2/' *.