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.
Interesting Neuro: Alzheimer Updates & PFO Device
November news includes potential Alzheimer treatments, FDA approval of a device to prevent recurrent stroke, & a newly typified headache disorder.
Febrile Status Epilepticus: Cognitive Development
Researchers evaluated cognitive and motor development, receptive language, and memory in 214 children who had experienced febrile status epilepticus.
Patient H.M. & Neurology Research: Ethical or Not?
Although tremendous advances in research and medical ethics have been made since the mid-20th century, questions continue.
Interesting Neuro: Stroke Therapy & Zika Updates
Oct. news includes an approved deep brain stimulation system for movement disorders & biomarkers that improve risk assessment in atrial fibrillation.
Epilepsy & Autoimmune Disease: Are They Linked?
To investigate an association between epilepsy and autoimmune disease, researchers reviewed 25 studies, covering patients of various ages.
Interesting Neuro: ECTRIMS News & Alzheimer Marker
Our Sept. news includes a possible clinical marker and therapy target in Alzheimer disease and MS findings from an optical coherence tomography study.