Complex Psychosocial Comorbidities with Epilepsy
Case 1 (of 4): Increasingly disruptive behavior and possible deteriorating cognitive function in a young girl with a previous right hemispherectomy.
Intractable Epilepsy: What Are the Options?
After failed drug interventions, surgeries, & alternative therapies, is there a point at which to stop additional treatments for intractable epilepsy?
The Complicated Seizure-Sleep Relationship
Antiepileptic drugs, insomnia, and obstructive sleep apnea may all affect the already complicated relationship between epilepsy and sleep.
Future of Epilepsy: AES 2016
Leading epilepsy researchers speculated on trends in surgery & devices, imaging, medication, bioinformatics, and genetic discoveries.
AES 2016: Insight into Seizure Clusters
To improve understanding, Lara Marcuse, MD called for a unified definition of seizure clusters during Epilepsy Therapies Symposium: Risky Business.
AES 2016: Young Investigator Award Research
Award-winning basic, translational, or clinical epilepsy research covered cannabidiol treatment, outcome predictions, imaging studies, and more.
AES 2016: Pregnancy in Women with Epilepsy
Careful planning and monitoring is important for women with epilepsy who become pregnant. Several studies from AES 2016 address pregnancy issues.
The SUDEP Movement: Past to Future
AES President Emeritus Dr. Elson So covered discussing SUDEP with your patients & their families and reviewed current and future research highlights.
Post-Stroke Epilepsy: Risk Factors
Up to 45% of stroke victims over the age of 60 will develop epilepsy. Researchers at AES 2016 presented risk factors of post-stroke epilepsy.
AES 2016: Top 10 Sessions
From surgical procedure selection to multiscale imaging to use of the latest drugs, we present a list of 10 not-to-be-missed sessions at AES 2016.