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         Epilepsy:     more books (100)
  1. Puzzling Cases of Epilepsy, Second Edition
  2. Society, Behaviour and Epilepsy
  3. Epilepsy, Hysteria, and Neurasthenia by Isaac G. Briggs, 2010-03-07
  4. The Epilepsies: Seizures, Syndromes and Management by C.P. Panayiotopoulos, 2004-12-01
  5. Evidence-based Management of Epilepsy by Steven C. Schachter, 2010-12
  6. Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery: Preoperative Assessment and Surgical Treatment
  7. Epilepsy in Women:, Volume 83: The Scientific Basis for Clinical Management (International Review of Neurobiology)
  8. Psychiatric Controversies in Epilepsy by Andres Kanner, Steven C. Schachter, 2008-07-10
  9. Psychiatric Controversies in Epilepsy by Andres Kanner, Steven C. Schachter, 2008-07-10
  10. Epilepsy: The Facts (Facts Series) by Anthony Hopkins, Richard Appleton, 1996-07-11
  11. Beyond my Control: One Man's Struggle with Epilepsy, Seizure Surgery & Beyond by Stuart McCallum, 2008-05-09
  12. Supporting Children with Epilepsy by Hull Learning Services, 2004-08-31
  13. Children With Epilepsy: A Parents Guide
  14. Let's Learn with Teddy about Epilepsy by Dr. Yvonne Zelenka, 2008-07-01

61. International Bureau For Epilepsy. An Organisation Of Laypersons And Professiona
an organisation of laypersons and professionals interested in the nonmedical aspects of epilepsy, addressing such social problems as education, employment
Welcome Welcome to the website of the International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE) where you will find information on the social and non-medical aspects of epilepsy. Attention Chapters and Friends!
The Constitutional Review Task Force has completed the second phase of the review of the IBE Constitution. Below you will find three documents prepared by the task force. These are large documents, so please allow a little time to open them on screen. Further information on these documents and on the progress made by the Constitutional Review Task Force can be found under the heading Constitutional Review on the Breaking News page.
Interim Report 1st Draft Constitution
Consultation Paper as a PDF Consultation Paper in MS Word Annual Report 2002 IE News Breaking Stories
Regional Congresses 2004
Europe Latin America Asia Oceania
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Research news on the effectiveness of Keppra (levetiracetam) in treating epilepsy in children.

63. Epilepsy Toronto
epilepsy Toronto s website provides comprehensive information and interactive resources on living well with epilepsy. Main page of epilepsy Toronto Welcome!
Epilepsy Toronto events Epilepsy Toronto's Annual Reports
Epilepsy Toronto's policies

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64. Epilepsy Action Conwy & District Branch
Supports people with epilepsy, their families and carers in North Wales. Information about their activities, their Welsh language helpline, news, and contact details.

65. Epilepsy Contact Database, Advocates For Epilepsy Entry Page
epilepsy Contact Database Entry Page

66. LECPCG Home Page
A group representing parents whose children have been treated in Leicester Royal Infirmary; includes information an their concerns, activities, and press contacts.
Lecpcg Steering committee thank you for visiting the LECPCG web site, and hope that it provides a useful source of information for parents and carers alike. WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT... DR. ANDREW HOLTON... IS BACK TO WORK !!! On Wednesday 29th October 2003, the GMC panel met and REMOVED ALL RESTRICTIONS on Dr Holton. This means that he is now able to practice again in any area of medicine - including Paediatric Neurology ? This is a DISGRACE - and an INSULT to all those children who suffered at his hands. We are told that Dr. Holton no longer works for the Trust. He is now employed elsewhere . As if this is some sort of vindication for their actions. This does NOTHING to PROTECT CHILDREN. Who in their right mind would employ a man with such a record ? He has cost children their childhoods and the NHS millions of pounds, in drugs, in investigations and in likely future compensation. It is SHAME on the GMC and SHAME on the TRUST for being party to the conspiracy which led us to this point.

67. Welcome To Epilepsy Queensland
Gives information about the organization, offers a discussion forum and a chat session.

68. Women And Epilepsy
National epilepsy Association of Aust Inc. FAQ.
Epilepsy Foundation of Victoria Inc. WOMEN AND EPILEPSY Women with epilepsy have many questions about epilepsy and their own health, pregnancy, and the well being of their future children. The following will help to provide general information and make it easier to ask questions when visiting your family doctor, neurologist, gynaecologist or obstetrician. Epilepsy at the time of menstruation is known as catamenial epilepsy. For some women seizure frequency may increase at the time of menstruation and, in others, seizures occur only at this time. The reason is uncertain, but it is thought that changes in hormone levels and anti-epileptic medication levels, fluid retention and possibly pre-menstrual tension may be the cause. Keeping a record of seizures may help identify a relationship between seizure frequency and menstruation and assist your doctor in formulating a suitable treatment plan. ORAL CONTRACEPTIVE PILL There is no evidence to suggest that the contraceptive pill can influence epilepsy in any way, either reducing or increasing seizure frequency. Generally, the main concern women with epilepsy have is the effectiveness of oral contraception in preventing conception. Some medications for epilepsy can reduce the effectiveness of the pill, leading to possible 'pill failure' and pregnancy. Breakthrough bleeding may also occur. These problems may be overcome by using a higher dose pill.

69. Feline Seizures And Feline Epilepsy
Information about the diagnosis and treatment of feline seizures and feline epilepsy for the owners of cats who have had seizures. Feline Seizures and epilepsy.
Feline Seizures and Epilepsy
The intent of this page is to provide information for people whose cats have had seizures. Seizures are a serious problem, and a cat that has had a seizure should be taken to a veterinarian for proper diagnosis. A proper diagnosis may be expensive and may take some time, but there is usually an underlying cause that can be eliminated or appropriate treatment that can be prescribed. The information in this page is not meant to substitute for a veterinarian's advice, but to aid those who are trying to learn more about their cat's illness and to encourage owners of cats that have had seizures to have their cat's illness diagnosed as quickly as possible. More clinical information is available through the references at the bottom of this article. Note that this page is maintained at infrequent intervals. There are a number of URLs at the bottom of the page that may offer more helpful advice, including internet support groups. I welcome email suggesting updates to the page, but it may be some time before they are acted on.
What is Epilepsy?

70. Home
As part of the ongoing community education and outreach programs, the foundation seeks to communicate with all persons who have seizure disorders.
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Epilepsy Foundation of Long Island, Inc.
Celebrating More Than 50 Years of Service 1953-2004
506 Stewart Avenue
Garden City, New York 11530
2100 Middle Country Road
Centereach, New York 11720
The Epilepsy Foundation of Long Island was founded in 1953 by a group of parents who were determined to see their children lead productive, satisfying lives. Today, the Foundation provides education, counseling and residential care to Long Island residents with epilepsy and related conditions. We have a new brochure!

71. Epilepsy Education Association, Inc.

72. Epilepsy
epilepsy. One of the Nation’s Most Common Disabling Neurological Disorders. epilepsyrelated Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports.
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
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Seizures and Epilepsy

One of the Nation’s Most Common Disabling Neurological Disorders
Epilepsy is a general term that includes various types of seizures. People with diagnosed epilepsy have had more than one seizure, and they may have had more than one kind of seizure. A seizure happens when abnormal electrical activity in the brain causes an involuntary change in body movement or function, sensation, awareness, or behavior. Epilepsy and seizures affect about 2.3 million Americans, and result in an estimated annual cost of $12.5 billion in medical costs and lost or reduced earnings and production. People of all ages are affected, but particularly the very young and the elderly. About 10% of Americans will experience a seizure, and about 3% will have or will have had a diagnosis of epilepsy by age 80. Living Well with Epilepsy, the first national conference on public health and epilepsy, convened in September 1997. The conference was cosponsored by CDC, the American Epilepsy Society, the National Association of Epilepsy Centers, and the Epilepsy Foundation. The conference cosponsors sought to

73. Epilepsy Unit
of the services provided by this unit in the University of Glasgow, Department of Medicine and Therapeutics. Includes information on their research.......
Epilepsy Unit
The Epilepsy Unit is situated in the grounds of the Western Infirmary in the west end of Glasgow. It is affiliated to the North Glasgow Hospitals University NHS Trust and to the University of Glasgow. Its aims and objectives are to provide a specialist clinical service for patients with suspected and established seizure disorders, to undertake research into the causation of epilepsy and its pharmacological management, to explore the tissue and cellular effects of new and established anticonvulsant drugs singly and in combination, and to train doctors, nurses and scientists in the clinical and basic aspects of the neuropharmacology and therapeutics of epilepsy. It contains patient and research laboratories, a cognitive function suite, an EEG unit, a secure facility for the storage of drugs, staff offices, and waiting and seminar rooms. The Epilepsy Unit is a member of the Joint Epilepsy Council for the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Epilepsy Service
The epilepsy clinical service was set up at the Western Infirmary in 1984. Referrals have increased in number each year. Patients currently attending the service are aged 11 to 90. More than 80% come from their general practitioners with the majority of the remainder being tertiary referrals from other hospital clinics. Special programmes have been set up for teenagers, the elderly, first seizures, patients with refractory epilepsy and those with learning disabilities. A review service provides specialist assessment for patients who merit reconsideration of diagnosis, investigation or treatment. An epilepsy motherhood programme is also offered. Inpatients are accommodated in the wards of the University Division of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences. The clinical service fulfils all criteria recommended in the SIGN guideline ‘Diagnosis and Management of Epilepsy in Adults’.

74. Epilepsy&Brain Mapping Program
elcome to the epilepsy and Brain Mapping Program s Web Site! This site gives those with epilepsy the opportunity to learn more about
For a non-graphical version of our site, click here WHAT IS EPILEPSY?


elcome to the Epilepsy and Brain Mapping Program's Web Site! This site gives those with epilepsy the opportunity to learn more about their disorder and the medical treatments available. Please browse through this website and explore the information.
The Epilepsy and Brain Mapping Program
is a comprehensive healthcare center for treating adult and pediatric epilepsy and other neurological disorders with seizures. Our medical and surgical center offers people with epilepsy a multitude of treatment options including medical management of seizures through established anti-epileptic medications and clinical drug trials, ketogenic diet, surgical treatment and cognitive and psychological assessment, counseling and rehabilitation.
For more information on the Epilepsy and Brain Mapping Program: 10 Congress Street

75. Disability Info: Epilepsy (FS6)
Disabilities. epilepsy. epilepsy is therefore sometimes called a seizure disorder. epilepsy affects people in all nations and of all races. Some
NICHCY Our Publications Disability Info
A publication of the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
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Educational Implications

Fact Sheet 6 (FS6)
January 2004
Approx. 4 pages when printed.
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According to the Epilepsy Foundation of America, epilepsy is a physical condition that occurs when there is a sudden, brief change in how the brain works. When brain cells are not working properly, a person's consciousness, movement, or actions may be altered for a short time. These physical changes are called epileptic seizures. Epilepsy is therefore sometimes called a seizure disorder. Epilepsy affects people in all nations and of all races.
Some people can experience a seizure and not have epilepsy. For example, many young children have convulsions from fevers. These febrile convulsions are one type of seizure. Other types of seizures not classified as epilepsy include those caused by an imbalance of body fluids or chemicals or by alcohol or drug withdrawal. A single seizure does not mean that the person has epilepsy. Back to top
About two million Americans have epilepsy; of the 125,000 new cases that develop each year, up to 50% are in children and adolescents.

76. Untitled Document
Offers information about the condition, the services and support they offer, and their fundraising.

77. Epilepsy
epilepsy Menu. This is a webforum to discuss and comment on epilepsy. (1/11/00) 143 AM; Fixationoff, scotosensitive epilepsy
Epilepsy Menu
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78. R.I. Neurology Group, Inc. - Neurologists - Providence, Woonsocket RI - Welcome
Practice of Dennis J. Aumentado, M.D., Woonsocket, Rhode Island.
R.I. Neurology Group, Inc.
Dedicated Neurologists serving Woonsocket, Providence, Lincoln, Cumberland, Rhode Island, and Southern Massachusetts
Welcome to the R.I. Neurology Group, Inc., the practice of neurologists, Dr. Dennis Aumentado and Dr. Jesus P. Hernandez, Jr . Located in Woonsocket, RI, our dedicated staff have been serving the Providence-Woonsocket area since 1991. Dr. Aumentado and Dr. Hernandez pride themselves on using the latest clinical tools, their understanding of neurological disease, and their advanced expertise when assessing the best course of care for the individual patient. We are committed to providing each patient with the information needed to make often-difficult treatment decisions. As neurologists, we provide consultation to other physicians and long-term treatment for patients with neurological disease. Some of the conditions treated in our office include Parkinson's disease, migraine, neuropathy, tremor, vertigo, meningitis, neuralgia, acute and chronic pain management, headache, and stroke. Dr. Aumentado also specializes in the treatment of seizure disorders, including epilepsy. Some of the diagnostic and treatment services available through our office include digital EEG recording, EMG, nerve conduction studies, lumbar puncture, evoked potentials, and

79. Epilepsy Menu
Archives. epilepsy 3/18/95 to 3/23/96 epilepsy 3/23/95 to 10/17/96 epilepsy 10/17/96 to 1/27/97 Please take a look here! epilepsy Menu 1/27/97 to Present.
Epilepsy 3/18/95 to 3/23/96
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Epilepsy 10/17/96 to 1/27/97
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80. Friends Of Landau-Kleffner Syndrome
Landau Kleffner Syndrome is a form of childhood epilepsy which results in a severe language disorder. Information from charity to help parents and carers.
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And... the Information Pack online Welcome to Friends of Landau-Kleffner Syndrome!

We are the UK support group and national charity for children with Landau-Kleffner Syndrome, their families and interested professionals.
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The story so far: FOLKS was established following several years of hard work and dedication by its founder member, Vicki Horsewell. Vicki established the Landau Kleffner UK Parent Support Group with the assistance of the UK national charity Contact-a-Family , which seeks to support families of children with rare conditions by putting them in touch with other similarly affected families. After two years it become clear that the number of families of children with LKS or related conditions in the UK has risen to mean that a national group centred around these children's needs was possible. Therefore a group of concerned parents and professionals, who had been involved in the support group, formally asked the Charity Commission to register FOLKS as a national charity for children with LKS. The Parent Support Group was then registered as a charity in its own right under the name FOLKS in November 1996.
Officers and Committee Members: The Members of the Executive Committee of FOLKS, all of whom are its Trustees are:-

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