Category: "Neurology"

How a web-based model helps predict epilepsy risk

How a web-based model helps predict epilepsy risk

Seizures can be scary for parents and children, but researchers from the Netherlands have developed a new model that can help determine the risk of epilepsy and guide future clinical pathways. Eric van Diessen, MD, PhD For children who have had 1 or more seizures, the model may help to determine the risk a child […]

Boy, 2, is diagnosed with rare form of epilepsy after he cried for 15 hours straight and suffered painful bouts of hiccups and hysterical LAUGHTER

Boy, 2, is diagnosed with rare form of epilepsy after he cried for 15 hours straight and suffered painful bouts of hiccups and hysterical LAUGHTER

A two-year-old boy has a rare form of epilepsy that left him in tears for 15 hours straight and triggered painful outbursts of hiccups and hysterical laughter for six months. Jack Trotter was born in Atlanta, Georgia July 2016 – a seemingly healthy baby after a smooth birth. But a day after his mother Leah, […]

Pediatric epilepsy, febrile seizures raise neuropsychiatric risk

Pediatric epilepsy, febrile seizures raise neuropsychiatric risk

Children who have epilepsy or febrile seizures may have increased risk for later neuropsychiatric conditions. Neuropsychiatric conditions are mental disorders that are typically attributed to diseases that originate from the nervous system. These diseases greatly impair the health of those affected by them and impact their ability to learn, work, and emotionally cope.  Common neuropsychiatric disorders include seizures, attention […]

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