[Solved] In Cases of Rasmussen's Syndrome, the Complete Removal of the Cortex

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 In cases of Rasmussen's syndrome, the complete removal of the cortex of one hemisphere during childhood

A) saves the child's life at the expense of intelligence and mobility.
B) has been discontinued due to its poor record of reducing seizures.
C) demonstrates that we only need about 10 percent of our brain for normal functioning.
D) significantly reduces seizures while producing relatively mild side effects.

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