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         Epilepsy:     more books (100)
  1. Wyllie's Treatment of Epilepsy: Principles and Practice (Wyllie, Treatment of Epilepsy)
  2. Epilepsy: A Comprehensive Textbook (3 Volume Set)
  3. 100 Questions & Answers About Your Child's Epilepsy (100 Questions & Answers about . . .) by Anuradha Singh, 2008-12-26
  4. Behavioral Aspects of Epilepsy: Principles and Practice by Steven C. Schachter, Gregory Holmes, et all 2007-10-30
  5. Neuropsychology of Childhood Epilepsy (Advances in Behavioral Biology)
  6. Taking Seizure Disorders to School: A Story About Epilepsy by Kim Gosselin, 2001-11-09
  7. Epilepsy and Sleep: Physiological and Clinical Relationships
  8. Handbook of Epilepsy (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Handbook Series) by Thomas R. Browne, Gregory L. Holmes, 2008-03-07
  9. Imitators of Epilepsy, Second Edition
  10. Women with Epilepsy: A Handbook of Health and Treatment Issues
  11. Epilepsy: A Guide to Balancing Your Life (American Academy of Neurology) by M.D. Ilo E. Leppik, 2006-11-09
  12. Epilepsy: 199 Answers: A Doctor Responds to His Patients' Questions by M.D. Andrew N. Wilner FACP, 2007-12-28
  13. Growing Up with Epilepsy: A Practical Guide for Parents by Lynn Bennett Blackburn, 2003-06-10
  14. Temporal Lobe Epilepsy and the Mind-Brain Relationship: A New Perspective, Volume 76 (International Review of Neurobiology)

21. Epilepsy Action
Provides information and advice for people with epilepsy. Includes forum, details of freephone and email helplines, and sections for children and teenagers with the condition.
Our website contains everything you need to know about epilepsy - and if you can't find something, email us using our Email Helpline service and we will do our best to email you a reply within five working days. "We want to live in a society where everyone understands epilepsy and where attitudes towards people with epilepsy are based on fact not fiction." 'Take Control'
Our new campaign to help people with epilepsy to take more control of their condition
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Epilepsy Action is the working name of British Epilepsy Association and is a Registered Charity

22. Seizures And Epilepsy: Hope Through Research
Information booklet on seizures, seizure disorders, and epilepsy compiled by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).
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Introduction What is Epilepsy? What Causes Epilepsy?
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Seizures and Epilepsy
Few experiences match the drama of a convulsive seizure. A person having a severe seizure may cry out, fall to the floor unconscious, twitch or move uncontrollably, drool, or even lose bladder control. Within minutes, the attack is over, and the person regains consciousness but is exhausted and dazed. This is the image most people have when they hear the word epilepsy. However, this type of seizure a generalized tonic-clonic seizure is only one kind of epilepsy. There are many other kinds, each with a different set of symptoms.

23. Epilepsy Foundation Of Colorado
To serve people with epilepsy, their families and communities in which they live.

24. EPILEPSY INFORMATION, Services From The National Society For Epilepsy, Informati
Information on epilepsy, causes of seizures, drug treatment, lifestyle issues and more. The National Society for epilepsy. First aid for seizures,
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The National Society for Epilepsy
What would you do if you saw someone having a convulsive seizure? Would you know what first aid to give? Our first aid information explains clearly what to do, and what not to do, if someone has a convulsive seizure. It tells you in which specific situations you might need to call an ambulance. There is also information about what help to give for other types of seizure. Read the first aid information
The National Society for Epilepsy
Chesham Lane
Chalfont St Peter
Bucks SL9 0RJ UK Tel: 01494 601300 Helpline: 01494 601400 Terms and conditions Charity No. 206186

25. Epilepsy Home Page
Explains what the condition is and what causes it. Also identifies symptoms, tells how a diagnosis is made, and explores treatment options.

26. Cochrane Epilepsy Group
The UK branch of an international effort to review trials of treatments for epilepsy. Details of their publications, activities, newsletter, and membership.
Cochrane Epilepsy Group
Home Page
Welcome to the home page for the Cochrane Collaboration Epilepsy Group. Click on one of the following headings to find out what is happening with the Epilepsy Group.
If you would like to discuss any of the topics further, please contact:
Mrs Vicki Sparkes
Co-ordinator, Cochrane Epilepsy Group
University Department of Neurological Science
Lower Lane
Tel: +44 (0) 151 529 5462/5606
Fax: +44 (0) 151 529 5465
E-mail: These pages were created by Vicki Sparkes on behalf of the Cochrane Epilepsy Group. Please send any comments about these pages to Vicki. This page was last updated on 3 April 2002

27. ScienceDirect - Epilepsy Research - List Of Issues More results from NINDS epilepsy Information Pageepilepsy and Seizure Disorders information page compiled by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). More about epilepsy,
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Volumes 51 - 59 Volume 59, Issue 1 , Pages 1-70 (March 2004) Volume 58, Issues 2-3 , Pages 85-198 (February 2004) Volume 58, Issue 1 , Pages 1-79 (January 2004) Volume 57, Issues 2-3 , Pages 85-184 (December 2003) Volume 57, Issue 1 , Pages 1-80 (November 2003) Volume 56, Issues 2-3 , Pages 83-214 (October 2003) Volume 56, Issue 1 , Pages 1-77 (September 2003) Volume 55, Issue 3 , Pages 165-248 (August 2003) Volume 55, Issues 1-2 , Pages 1-157 (June - July 2003) Volume 54, Issues 2-3 , Pages 85-226 (May 2003) Volume 54, Issue 1 , Pages 1-79 (April 2003) Volume 53, Issue 3 , Pages 173-272 (March 2003) Volume 53, Issues 1-2 , Pages 1-171 (February 2003) Volume 52, Issue 3 , Pages 147-278 (January 2003) Volume 52, Issue 2 , Pages 73-146 (December 2002) Volume 52, Issue 1 , Pages 1-69 (November 2002) Volume 51, Issue 3 , Pages 217-310 (1 October 2002) Volume 51, Issues 1-2

28. Akitas, Akitas By Denali, Canine Epilepsy
An article by Todd D.L. Woods, M.D.
akitas akitas akitas akitas akitas Canine Epilepsy by Todd D.L. Woods, M.D. Neurology with Added Qualifications in Clinical Neurophysiology Would you like to have more information by e-mail on our Akitas? Then click the button below ( just once please ) and in doing so it will automatically send me a short note with your email address and request for further information. If you would like to receive further information on my Akitas, other than an email, such as a Video, Pedigrees, and Contracts, or if you would just like to chat about my akitas in general, please feel free to give me a Call !!! Phone Number: (785) 372-4255 Fax Number: (785) 372-4524 Please take a moment of your time to sign my Guestbook. Dont forget to leave your email address! All Rights Reserved HomePage Built by Fred A Hagerman III

29. Epilepsy Connections | Supporting People With Epilepsy
A communitybased support to people living with epilepsy in the Greater Glasgow area, offering information, education, befriending and support services.

Epilepsy is a common neurological condition affecting approximately 1 person in every 200. Epilepsy Connections provides community-based support to people living with epilepsy in the Greater Glasgow area. Our current activities and services include:
on a wide range of epilepsy issues
fieldwork support
for individuals and families

epilepsy education

art project

volunteering opportunities

Our website is for anyone with an interest in epilepsy and in particular for those living in the Greater Glasgow area who want to find out more about or take part in Epilepsy Connections activities.
100 Wellington Street, Glasgow, G2 6DH site design by:

30. - The One Stop Information Resource In Clinical Neurology
Information resource on Clinical Neurology. Covering areas such as alzheimers, epilepsy, migraine, motor neurone, multiple sclerosis, pain, parkinsons, schizophrenia, and stroke.
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If you do not have the flash player installed, then please click here to enter the Doctors site, alternatively click here for the Patients site

31. Epilepsy Scotland - Website
epilepsy Information, Help and Advice EAS interactive website supporting people with epilepsy in Scotland, help raise funds for this charity cause.
Click on the icon above to see an overview of our site Need help or advice?
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Welcome to the web site of Epilepsy Scotland
the place for news, reviews and your views on epilepsy! Epilepsy Scotland celebrates 50 years! 2004 marks our Golden Jubilee - 50 years of change for people with epilepsy. Epilepsy Scotland will host a series of events throughout the year to highlight the occasion. These include gala dinners, a civic reception and local birthday parties both as a way of celebrating and raising funds. We hope you will join us and help to make 2004 a very special year! Please click here to view our Jubilee events programme. Epilepsy can affect anyone at anytime. Nearly 30,000 people in Scotland are affected by the condition and Epilepsy Scotland is here to help. If you want the latest information on the causes and treatment of epilepsy - either for yourself, a family member, for a friend, or even for a feature article - then we are sure you will find it here. Sorry your browser does not support Java
Epilepsy Scotland is Scotland's voice for epilepsy!

32. Wirral Epilepsy Support Group
Providing friendly support, advice and a social outlet to people effected by epilepsy on the Wirral.

33. Canine Epilepsy Network

34. Home Page
Nonprofit voluntary health organization that provides education, support and advocacy for people with epilepsy and their families.
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35. Epilepsy Canada - Épilepsie Canada
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36. Epilepsy In Children
Explores what epilepsy is, how it is diagnosed and surgical and other treatment options.
Epilepsy is characterized by repeated seizures that may occur as often as several times a day, or as infrequently as once every few months. Normally, millions of tiny electrical charges pass between nerve cells in the brain and throughout the body to control the body's many functions. Epileptic seizures are caused by unusual and strong bursts of electrical energy in the brain. Nearly one-third of people newly diagnosed each year with epilepsy are children. Children are most prone to developing epilepsy in early childhood or at adolescence. However, epilepsy can develop at any age in children or adults. Epilepsy may be triggered by structural abnormality in the brain, brain injury, an infection, or other factors. In the majority of cases, however, the cause cannot be determined. Diagnosis In addition to a comprehensive physical examination and analysis of the child's medical history, the physician may conduct an electroencephalogram (EEG) to record electrical activity in the brain or an MRI scan of the brain to identify the precise location of abnormal electrical activity. The source of epileptic seizures differs within each child's brain. Significant technological advances have greatly improved the diagnostic accuracy for children with epilepsy. University of Chicago scientists and neurologists pioneered multimodal imaging techniques which provide a detailed look at electrical activity inside the brain and pinpoint the source of abnormal activity. By combining several different imaging techniques, multimodal imaging enables physicians to create a "map" of the brain's electrical activity. During surgery, this map is imposed right on the child's brain to guide the neurosurgeon's procedure. This diagnostic accuracy helps to protect the child's delicate brain structures throughout surgery.

37. Epilepsy Canada
National nonprofit organization featuring news, information and resources on epilepsy.
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38. WebRing: Hub
A group of sites for anybody who has a seizure problem, or has a loved one with epilepsy.

39. Canine Epilepsy Resources
Please consult your veterinarian before changing your dogs medications or diet . Canine epilepsy New article by Dr Dennis O Brien DVM . Feline epilepsy
Epil-K9 provides the following information for your education only. Advice and suggestions found on this site are not meant to replace professional veterinary care. Please consult your veterinarian before changing your dogs medications or diet . Canine Epilepsy: Feline Epilepsy:
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40. Singapore Epilepsy Foundation - Home - Welcome
A website dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with epilepsy.
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Welcome to Singapore Epilepsy Foundation

Singapore Epilepsy Foundation is the Singapore Chapter of the International Bureau for Epilepsy. Our main objective is to improve the quality of life of people with epilepsy.
SEF website will provide you with relevant information regarding epilepsy and seeks to keep people with epilepsy updated with the latest developments in the field.
Latest News/Events:
SEF Nov03/March04 Newsletter Updated
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Singapore Epilepsy Foundation Public Forum - "Women With Epilepsy" Date: 21st March 2004 Duration: 2pm - 5pm Venue: Pan-Pacific Hotel, Singapore click here for more info Social Integration Workshop for Persons with Epilepsy: Dates : Alternate Saturdays (6th Mar - 22th May 2004) Duration : 1.30pm - 3.30pm Venue : Singapore General Hospital, Block 6 level 2 - 01 click here for more info Portable Document Format files (PDF) require the installation of Adobe Acrobat Reader software. If you do not have it, you may download it from Adobe Optimised for 800 x 600 using I.E. (Flash player is required.

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