The multicenter PASSION initiative will generate data to determine the best use of anti-seizure medication in people who suffer acute symptomatic seizures following acute brain injury.
Continuous EEG monitoring may help inform evaluation and management of hospitalized COVID-19 patients with neurologic changes, suggests a report from a 22-patient case series.
Minimizing risk of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy is one reason among many to make sure our patients with epilepsy reach the point of zero seizures.
Three out of 10 patients evaluated in our epilepsy monitoring unit are diagnosed with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures. In this 19-minute podcast, two experts share how we care for them.
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A study suggests that stupor and underlying hemorrhage, tumor or trauma are the inpatient characteristics that merit longer continuous EEG monitoring to ensure nonconvulsive seizures aren’t missed.
This image-rich case study of a 62-year-old with seizures following subdural hematoma holds lessons in the use of quantitative EEG, early use of benzodiazepines and much more.
Absence of known neuronal autoantibodies does not exclude an autoimmune etiology for epilepsy cases. This case study shows how and why clinicians must rely on other markers for diagnostic clarity.
A toddler presents after a prolonged complex partial seizure with agitation and hyperkinetic movements. MRI shows subtle FLAIR signal changes in the fronal gyrus. How would you proceed?
This case of a 10-month-old with daily seizures shows that complete hemispherectomy may be beneficial even if EEG and MRI do not confirm the side of seizure onset.