When evaluating dietary therapy in patients with GLUT1 deficiency syndrome, did the ketogenic diet prove more effective than the alternatives?
Epilepsy and Seizure
Our Jan. news & research list includes the possible lingering effects of childhood concussion and the benefits of vitamin D for MS.
An open-label study looked at add-on cannabidiol in children and young adults with severe, intractable, childhood-onset treatment-resistant epilepsy.
Does it matter whether the medications we prescribe to patients are generated via the most cutting edge 3D printing technology?
Our Dec. news & research list includes groundbreaking research from AES 2015 as well as a few potential neurodegeneration biomarkers.
Highlights of recent pediatric epilepsy research include a minimally invasive surgical procedure and genetic testing.
Researchers discussed external devices that would allow individuals to monitor clinical and subclinical seizure activity in their home environment
Results of an MRI study and a 50-year follow-up study shed light on the effects of epilepsy on the brain’s aging process.
Researchers demonstrated promising results in surgical treatment of epileptic encephalopathy and refractory epilepsy.
What exactly should physicians do when presented with interictal epileptiform discharges (IEDs), or spikes?