Wed, 01/16/2013
Making the Right Diagnosis: Is it a truly a seizure? Seizures are one of the most common neurological problems seen in the pediatric age range. However, there are also many other disorders which can mimic seizures, and need to be excluded. Studies...
Wed, 01/16/2013
Do you have a neurologist? Or is your epilepsy followed by you primary care physician? Should you see an epileptologist? And what is an epileptologist anyway? Epilepsy affects roughly 1% of the population and is one of the most common neurologic...
Wed, 01/16/2013
Recent articles have talked about psychogenic seizures, or seizures that are not epilepsy. This can be a confusing topic and it may be difficult to understand what these events are, and what they are not, and how to get the right help. This week's...
Wed, 01/09/2013
In the November 20th issue of the journal Neurology, Drs. Fiest and colleagues from the Departments of Community Health Science, Psychiatry, Clinical Neurosciences, Medicine, from the University of Calgary and the Hotchkiss Brain Institute and...
Wed, 01/09/2013
In the November 16th articles in press of the journal, Epilepsy and Behavior, Drs. Mayor and colleagues from a number of departments and institutions in the United Kingdom present an interesting analysis of the outcome of individuals who have a...

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