Ask the experts: spotlight on nonepileptic seizures
Wed, 02/18/2015
Dr. Selim Benbadis, hot topics editor for and director of epilepsy at University of South Florida in Tampa, and Lorna Myers PhD, director of the PNES Program from the Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group, discuss nonepileptic events. This...
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Thu, 02/12/2015
In the February 15, 2011 issue of the Journal Neurology Dr. Steven Lomazow presents intriguing information based on historical research that he had done addressing the neurologic condition that surrounded Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Dr. Lomazow makes...
Sleeping girl
Wed, 02/11/2015
There’s so much to learn when it comes to seizures and epilepsy in children! A child may be diagnosed with a certain type of seizure or by the type of epilepsy syndrome. An epilepsy syndrome describes the epilepsy by certain features such as the...
Brain tumor
Wed, 02/11/2015
Epilepsy is rather common in people with brain tumors – seizures can be the presenting symptom (i.e., seizures may be the reason an individual with a brain tumor seeks medical help) or may occur later in the course of progression of the brain tumor...
Saint Valentine
Wed, 02/11/2015
The celebration in honor of the patron saint of lovers, St. Valentine, takes on greater meaning when you consider he is also the patron saint of epilepsy—a common neurological condition that causes seizures and affects nearly 3 million...