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By converting brain waves into sound, even non-specialists can detect “silent seizures” – epileptic seizures without the convulsions most of us expect.
When a doctor or nurse suspects something is wrong with […]
A massive meta-analysis of global MRI imaging data on epilepsy patients seeks to clarify a complicated and mysterious neurological disorder.
Epilepsy is a neurological disorder characterized by seizures, which […]
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Status epilepticus (SE) is an extremely serious and often fatal medical emergency. It may be defined as a continuous seizure which lasts for 30 minutes or more, or as 2 or more seizure episodes without the patient […]
EpilepsyU wrote a new post, ‘Missing mutation’ found in severe infant epilepsy 1 day, 9 hours ago
CHOP Researchers: Findings may pave way for early protective treatments
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Researchers have discovered a “missing mutation” in severe infant epilepsy–long-suspected […]
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Novel analysis of underlying biology of genes that cause infantile spasms finds distinct features, opening new avenues for developing targeted treatments
In a new approach to precision medicine research, […]
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EpilepsyU wrote a new post, KASU Don finds cure for epilepsy, mental disorder? 1 week, 2 days ago
Kaduna State University (KASU) Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Ben Chindo, has discovered herbal cure for epilepsy, and a kind of mental disorder known as schizophrenia.
The KASU Don, who is also the […]
A lawsuit against the Mid-Buchanan R-V School District alleging bullying of a student is set to go to trial in 2019.
Filed by the mother of a former elementary school student, the complaint alleges t […]
Myth: No medical tests can determine if a child will develop epilepsy in the future.
Truth: This is false.
Epilepsy is a nervous system disorder that is seen among many children and young teens. Although […]
“The silent seizure.”
Even as a person with epilepsy, I automatically associate the word whenever I hear it with people who have generalized convulsive epilepsy, which the most commonly recognized seizure d […]
For pediatric-onset treatment-resistant epilepsy, cannabinoids are effective as an adjunctive treatment for reducing seizure frequency by 50 percent or more, according to a review published online March 6 in the […]
Seizure suppression is the focus of an original research article by two members of the Department of Biology in the College of Arts and Sciences—and they have the pictures to prove it.
James Hewett, as […]
While they are similar in some ways, there are important differences between hemp oil and CBD oil. As a consumer, it’s easy to get confused by phrases such as “cannabis oil” and “marijuana oil,” especially […]
NEW TECHNOLOGY BREAKTHROUGH
Klas Tybrandt, principal investigator at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at Linköping University, has developed new technology for long-term stable neural recording. It i […]
Several types of headache involve frontal head pain, and identifying the type experienced can help to determine the best treatment.
Pain in the front of the head is sometimes described as a frontal lobe […]
A Purdue-affiliated startup, MR-Link LLC, is developing a coin-sized, affordable device that once inserted into existing MRI machines could allow researchers and medical professionals to perform multiple imaging […]
Living with a serious health condition like epilepsy can have a mental and emotional impact. For that person, and a caregiver, staying positive may be very difficult but is an important part in the overall health […]
EpilepsyU wrote a new post, Immune Response May Contribute to Pediatric Epilepsy 3 weeks ago
Irregular concentrations of T-cells in the brain contribute to the development of seizures in pediatric epilepsy, according to a Northwestern Medicine study published in the Journal of Experimental […]
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