Epilepsy


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  • Absence epilepsy is a common seizure disorder in children which can produce chronic psychosocial sequelae. Discover the latest research on absence epilepsies here.
    Absence Epilepsy
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    Absence epilepsy is a common seizure disorder in children which can produce chronic psychosocial sequelae. Discover the latest research on absence epilepsies here.

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  • Angelman syndrome is a neurogenetic imprinting disorder caused by loss of the maternally inherited UBE3A gene and is characterized by generalized epilepsy, limited expressive speech, sleep dysfunction, and movement disorders. Here is the latest research.
    Angelman Syndrome

    Angelman syndrome is a neurogenetic imprinting disorder caused by loss of the maternally inherited UBE3A gene and is characterized by generalized epilepsy, limited expressive speech, sleep dysfunction, and movement disorders. Here is the latest research.

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  • Benign Rolandic epilepsy is a partial idiopathic epilepsy of childhood presenting with a nocturnal seizure and with a typical EEG showing centrotemporal spike and multifocal or generalized sharp slow waves. Here is the latest research.
    Benign Rolandic Epilepsy

    Benign Rolandic epilepsy is a partial idiopathic epilepsy of childhood presenting with a nocturnal seizure and with a typical EEG showing centrotemporal spike and multifocal or generalized sharp slow waves. Here is the latest research.

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  • Dravet syndrome, previously known as severe myoclonic epilepsy of infancy (SMEI), is a rare, catastrophic, lifelong form of epilepsy with frequent and/or prolonged seizures that are often triggered by hot temperatures or fever. Discover the latest research on Dravet syndrome here.
    Dravet Syndrome
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    Dravet syndrome, previously known as severe myoclonic epilepsy of infancy (SMEI), is a rare, catastrophic, lifelong form of epilepsy with frequent and/or prolonged seizures that are often triggered by hot temperatures or fever. Discover the latest research on Dravet syndrome here.

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  • Drug-resistant epilepsy, also known as refractory or pharmacoresistant epilepsy, is defined as failure of adequate trials of two appropriate and tolerated antiepileptic drugs (as monotherapies or in combination) to achieve sustained seizure freedom. Discover the latest research on drug-resistant epilepsy here.
    Drug Resistant Epilepsy

    Drug-resistant epilepsy, also known as refractory or pharmacoresistant epilepsy, is defined as failure of adequate trials of two appropriate and tolerated antiepileptic drugs (as monotherapies or in combination) to achieve sustained seizure freedom. Discover the latest research on drug-resistant epilepsy here.

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  • Early myoclonic encephalopathy is an epileptic syndrome typically diagnosed by three months of age. It is characterized by frequent seizures and severe early encephalopathy and has a severely reduced life expectancy. Causes can include metabolic abnormalities or genetic mutations. Find the latest research on early myoclonic encephalopathy here.
    Early Myoclonic Encephalopathy
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    Early myoclonic encephalopathy is an epileptic syndrome typically diagnosed by three months of age. It is characterized by frequent seizures and severe early encephalopathy and has a severely reduced life expectancy. Causes can include metabolic abnormalities or genetic mutations. Find the latest research on early myoclonic encephalopathy here.

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  • Epilepsy is a chronic neurological disorder characterized by unprovoked and recurrent seizures. Discover the latest research on factors and mechanisms that underlie epilepsy here.
    Epilepsy

    Epilepsy is a chronic neurological disorder characterized by unprovoked and recurrent seizures. Discover the latest research on factors and mechanisms that underlie epilepsy here.

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  • Frontal lobe epilepsy is characterized by brief, recurring seizures, often during sleep. Depending on the areas of the brain that are affected, these seizures may be asymptomatic or present with motor or verbal symptoms. Find the latest research on frontal lobe epilepsy here.
    Frontal Lobe Epilepsy
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    Frontal lobe epilepsy is characterized by brief, recurring seizures, often during sleep. Depending on the areas of the brain that are affected, these seizures may be asymptomatic or present with motor or verbal symptoms. Find the latest research on frontal lobe epilepsy here.

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  • Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy, previously known as idiopathic generalized epilepsy, is a form of generalized epilepsy whose cause is presumed to be genetic in origin. The first seizure typically occurs between the ages of 5-12, and symptoms may improve after the fourth decade of life. Seizure may be of different subtypes, including absence, myoclonic, and tonic-clonic. Find the latest research on juvenile myoclinic epilepsy here.
    Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy

    Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy, previously known as idiopathic generalized epilepsy, is a form of generalized epilepsy whose cause is presumed to be genetic in origin. The first seizure typically occurs between the ages of 5-12, and symptoms may improve after the fourth decade of life. Seizure may be of different subtypes, including absence, myoclonic, and tonic-clonic. Find the latest research on juvenile myoclinic epilepsy here.

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  • Lafora disease is an inherited neurodegenerative disorder characterized by the presence of abnormal glycogen inclusions, called Lafora bodies, in neurons and other tissues. Here is the latest research on this fatal, autosomal recessive disorder.
    Lafora Disease
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    Lafora disease is an inherited neurodegenerative disorder characterized by the presence of abnormal glycogen inclusions, called Lafora bodies, in neurons and other tissues. Here is the latest research on this fatal, autosomal recessive disorder.

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  • Landau Kleffner syndrome (LKS), also called infantile acquired aphasia, acquired epileptic aphasia, or aphasia with convulsive disorder, is a rare childhood neurological syndrome characterized by the sudden or gradual development of aphasia (the inability to understand or express language) and an abnormal electroencephalogram. Discover the latest research on LKS here.
    Landau-Kleffner Syndrome

    Landau Kleffner syndrome (LKS), also called infantile acquired aphasia, acquired epileptic aphasia, or aphasia with convulsive disorder, is a rare childhood neurological syndrome characterized by the sudden or gradual development of aphasia (the inability to understand or express language) and an abnormal electroencephalogram. Discover the latest research on LKS here.

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  • Lennox-Gastaut syndrome is a severe epileptic syndrome characterized by multiple, recurrent seizure types, a slow spike-and-wave by electroencephalogram, and cognitive impairment. Causes can include congenital abnormalities, genetic mutations, hypoxia, or infections. Onset typically occurs between 3-5 years of age. Find the lastest research on Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.
    Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome

    Lennox-Gastaut syndrome is a severe epileptic syndrome characterized by multiple, recurrent seizure types, a slow spike-and-wave by electroencephalogram, and cognitive impairment. Causes can include congenital abnormalities, genetic mutations, hypoxia, or infections. Onset typically occurs between 3-5 years of age. Find the lastest research on Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.

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  • Neurocutaneous syndromes include congenital disorders involving tumor growth in the brain, spinal cord, organs, skin, and bones. These syndromes include tuberous sclerosis, neurofibromatosis, and Sturge-Weber disease. Find the latest research on neurocutaneous syndromes here.
    Neurocutaneous Syndromes

    Neurocutaneous syndromes include congenital disorders involving tumor growth in the brain, spinal cord, organs, skin, and bones. These syndromes include tuberous sclerosis, neurofibromatosis, and Sturge-Weber disease. Find the latest research on neurocutaneous syndromes here.

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  • Pediatric epilepsy is characterized by multiple epilepsy syndromes with specific developmental triggers. Discover the latest research on pediatric epilepsy here.
    Pediatric Epilepsy

    Pediatric epilepsy is characterized by multiple epilepsy syndromes with specific developmental triggers. Discover the latest research on pediatric epilepsy here.

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  • Post-traumatic epilepsy is the development of recurrent seizures following head trauma. Discover the latest research on post-traumatic epilepsy here.
    Post-Traumatic Epilepsy
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    Post-traumatic epilepsy is the development of recurrent seizures following head trauma. Discover the latest research on post-traumatic epilepsy here.

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  • Progressive myoclonic epilepsy (PME) is a heterogeneous group of epilepsies characterized by myoclonus seizures and progressive neurological symptoms. Discover the latest research on PME here.
    Progressive Myoclonic Epilepsy

    Progressive myoclonic epilepsy (PME) is a heterogeneous group of epilepsies characterized by myoclonus seizures and progressive neurological symptoms. Discover the latest research on PME here.

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  • Rasmussen syndrome typically occurs in children and is characterized by the development of intractable focal seizures, progressive hemiparesis, and intellectual deterioration. Discover the latest research on Rasmussen syndrome here.
    Rasmussen's Syndrome
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    Rasmussen syndrome typically occurs in children and is characterized by the development of intractable focal seizures, progressive hemiparesis, and intellectual deterioration. Discover the latest research on Rasmussen syndrome here.

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  • Reflex epilepsy is a type of epilepsy caused by a certain stimulus. The most common reflex epilepsy is photosensitive epilepsy, brought on by flashing lights. Discover the latest research on reflex epilepsy here.
    Reflex Epilepy
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    Reflex epilepsy is a type of epilepsy caused by a certain stimulus. The most common reflex epilepsy is photosensitive epilepsy, brought on by flashing lights. Discover the latest research on reflex epilepsy here.

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  • Temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) affects brain areas beyond the temporal lobes due to connections of the hippocampi and other temporal lobe structures. Discover the latest research on TLE here.
    Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    Temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) affects brain areas beyond the temporal lobes due to connections of the hippocampi and other temporal lobe structures. Discover the latest research on TLE here.

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