New research covers treating MS early, identifying those at risk for AED-induced psychosis, & selecting a drug for epilepsy patients with migraines.
Epilepsy and Seizure
Our August news includes a potential classification system for Alzheimer disease, new findings in a 3D model of TBI, and migraine treatments.
Cardiac arrhythmias associated with long QT syndrome could explain an association with seizures, but researchers looked at other mechanisms.
A study from South Korea suggests epilepsy may have a direct effect on certain autistic symptoms.
Our July news includes the Alzheimer-diabetes link, increased rates of Parkinson, and guidelines for acute migraine treatment in the ED.
In this Medical News Minute, Dr. Bobby Lazzara highlights possible birth defects resulting from women taking pregabalin during pregnancy.
This study is the first to evaluate a possible link between parental infertility or fertility treatment and idiopathic generalized epilepsy.
Researchers used simulations to predict the outcomes of epilepsy patients with partial-onset seizures converting to Aptiom monotherapy (800 mg QD).
Research leading up to the ongoing phase 3 trial of SAGE-547, a potential drug for super-refractory status epilepticus, was presented at AAN 2016.
One-year results from the PREVAIL OLE extension trial discuss the safety and efficacy of topiramate for refractory partial onset seizures.