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New treatment discovered for rare childhood epilepsy

Researchers used a promising new therapy called antisense oligonucleotide therapy to control the expression of a mutant SCN8A gene, resulting in delayed seizure onset...

Can a new personalized risk score method provide rapid diagnosis of epilepsy?

Researchers developed a new genetic-based method for rapid diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy in patients.   Epilepsy is a neurological disorder characterized by seizures and abnormal...

How can a new diagnosis method help patients in need of epilepsy surgery?

A study from the USA compared using different types of electrodes in the brain for the selection of patients undergoing epilepsy surgery. Medications do not...

New epilepsy warning device detects more seizures than current methods

A recent study developed and evaluated the effectiveness of a new device to detect epileptic seizures and act as an epilepsy warning. Despite receiving medication,...

Are you at risk for late-onset epilepsy?

In a recent study published in JAMA Neurology, researchers identify midlife risk factors and their relationship to developing epilepsy later in life. Epilepsy, a neurological...

Ketogenic diet may help treat epilepsy by altering the gut microbiota

The ketogenic diet is known to successfully treat epilepsy for many people. In a recent study, researchers determine how the ketogenic diet alters the...

Can epilepsy surgery offer more than a short-term solution?

Little has been known about the long-term success of epilepsy surgery, even though surgeons have performed the surgery for decades. In a recent study,...

What Modern Day Challenges Affect Epilepsy Treatment?

Researchers recently published an article in The Lancet Neurology discussing the difficulties facing seizure detection in patients with epilepsy. Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that...

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