A cohort study of over 10,000 participants examined the relationship between midlife risk factors and late-onset epilepsy.
Epilepsy and Seizure
A 36-year-old male presents with new-onset tremors of the hands. He is a project manager at a small company, and he is increasingly self-conscious about his condition that is getting worse at his high-stress job.
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Nearly a decade in the making, revised guidelines provide 8 key points for effective nonpharmacologic treatment of epilepsy in childhood.
From documentaries to dramas, these movies expose the hidden disability of epilepsy through film and shed light on the topic, potentially helping patients better understand their illness.
New research may help doctors determine when (and when not) to test for antiglutamate decarboxylase antibodies in patients with neurological disorders and psychiatric symptoms.
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Seizure risk can be increased by illicit drug use, withdrawal from alcohol, and opioids or benzodiazepines. Which non-neuro medications can increase seizure risk, even when taken as directed? Test your knowledge in this quiz.
An expert describes the efficacy of fenfluramine in decreasing seizure frequency associated with this rare syndrome.
Findings from a new study indicate that compared with children who were not exposed to the drug, children with in utero exposure to sodium valproate have lower scores on national tests at age 7 years.