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         Epilepsy:     more books (100)
  1. Epilepsy in Our View: Stories from Friends and Families of People Living with Epilepsy (Brainstorms)
  2. Epilepsy and Seizures: Everything You Need to Know (Your Personal Health) by Donald Weaver MD, 2001-04-07
  3. Epilepsy And Pregnancy by Stacey Chillemi, 2005-12-28
  4. Epilepsy and Intensive Care Monitoring: Principles and Practice by Bruce J. Fisch, 2009-09-15
  5. Benign Focal Epilepsies in infancy, childhood and adolescence by N. Fejerman, RH. Caraballo, 2007-06-01
  6. Epilepsy in Childhood and Adolescence by Richard Appleton, John Gibbs, 2003-12-19
  7. Raising Brandon: Parenting My Son to Live Successfully with Autism, Epilepsy, and Learning Disorders by Amalia Starr, 2008-01-01
  8. Epilepsy as a Dynamic Disease (Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering)
  9. Social Epileptology: Understanding Social Aspects of Epilepsy (Social Issues, Justice and Statue Series)
  10. Epilepsy in Our World: Stories of Living with Seizures from Around the World (The Brainstorm Series) by Lisa Andermann, 2007-10-15
  11. Epilepsy: The Essential Guide to Natural Pet Care by Cal Orey, 1999-08-01
  12. Epilepsy (Oxford Specialist Handbooks in Neurology) by Gonzalo Alarcon, Lina Nashef, et all 2009-05-24
  13. Has Epilepsy (My Friend) by Anna Levene, 2005-06-16
  14. The Psychoses of Epilepsy

101. Brainwave - The Irish Epilepsy Association
Please click here to visit our Site Brainwave The Irish epilepsy Association.
Please click here to visit our Site: Brainwave - The Irish Epilepsy Association

102. Swedish Epilepsy Center
Offers a comprehensive epilepsy program in the Northwestern United States. Information on the advanced medical, surgical and research therapies for seizure disorders are available. Located in Seattle, Washington.

103. Epilepsy International - The World-Wide Resource Center For Epilepsy Information

In English

In English

104. Homepage
A person with epilepsy offers her support, advice and guidance, lifestories, a forum, and useful links.
Welcome to Epilepsy Support a website designed by a person with Epilepsy not a medical professional or company! Community Support Information Support Epilepsy Support Website Aims and Introduction.

105. SSE - Spesialsykehuset For Epilepsi
Postboks 53 1306 Bærum Postterminal tlf 67554000 fax 67545321 epost,
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tlf: 67554000 fax: 67545321

106. BC Epilepsy Society | Home
The British Columbia epilepsy Society is a nonprofit, charitable organization dedicated to serving the well-being of people living with epilepsy.
Over the next few months, we'll be developing and unveiling an entirely new website. Until it's complete, you may click on the 'old site' link on every page of the new site to access the information and archives of the Society's existing website.

107. Epilepsy
Contains comprehensive information on this disease, together with news on the latest development. Includes a forum and a chat room.
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108. The Epilepsy Foundation Of Michigan
Mission Statement. The epilepsy Foundation of Michigan values all people with epilepsy. What s New? epilepsy and School Performance Initiative Receives Funding.

109. Epilepsy Foundation Of North/Central Illinois
Mission is to provide appropriate services to persons affected by disabilities.
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110. Epilepsy Action: Beach Park
Features the various types of epilepsy, introduces kids to Ben and his story, picture gallery, and games.

111. CURE: Citizens United For Research In Epilepsy
730 N. Franklin St. Suite 404, Chicago, IL, 60610, Voice 312/2551801, Fax 312/255-1809
730 N. Franklin St. Suite 404, Chicago, IL, 60610, Voice: 312/255-1801, Fax: 312/255-1809

112. FABLE
Organization whose mission is to promote and fund Vagus Nerve Stimulation Therapy for those with epilepsy uncontrolled by medication alone. Offers help and support to potential patients and their families, linking families in similar situations through a patient support network.
Site Links Events Diary How to Donate 2003 Projects Fable Advisors Fable Patrons Head Office Help and Assistance VNS Epilepsy Facts News Magazine Fable Staff
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(For A Better Life with Epilepsy) is a Nationally registered Charity, established in 1995.
Registered Charity Number 1058958 Objectives:
The relief of persons with special needs in particular those who suffer from Epilepsy,
by the provision of Vagus Nerve Stimulators and by such other charitable means.
Epilepsy is the most common serious neurological condition in the world - affecting around 50 million people worldwide. Three-quarters of the 440,000 people with epilepsy in the UK have their seizures controlled and are able to work, drive and lead a fully active life. However, many people with epilepsy are still discriminated against due to ignorance about the condition. Epilepsy is the tendency to have recurrent seizures, caused by a disruption to the electrical activity in the brain. Epilepsy can affect anyone, at any age and from any walk of life

113. Epilepsy
epilepsy. December 2001. WHAT IS epilepsy? epilepsy is characterized by unprovoked, recurring seizures that disrupt the nervous
Epilepsy December 2001 WHAT IS EPILEPSY? Epilepsy is characterized by unprovoked, recurring seizures that disrupt the nervous system and can cause mental and physical dysfunction. It is not a single disorder but rather a wide spectrum of problems. What all types of epilepsy share is an uncontrolled electrical discharge from nerve cells in the cerebral cortex, the part of the brain that integrates higher mental functions, general movement, the functions of the internal organs in the abdominal cavity, perception, and behavioral reactions.
Epilepsy is often classified in three ways in order to determine the right treatment:
  • Type of seizures. [ See Box Types of Epileptic Seizures
  • Specific syndromes that are associated with one or more of these seizure types. [See Box Epileptic Syndromes
  • Specific causes of the seizures, if known. [See What Are the Causes of Epilepsy?]
In the US more than 2.3 million people are affected by seizures, and an estimated 3% of the population (about 7.2 million people) will experience at least one seizure during their lifetime, not counting the 5% of children who have seizures caused by fevers. Epilepsy is decreasing in childhood but increasing in the elderly, probably because of mild strokes and cardiac arrest.
TYPES OF EPILEPTIC SEIZURES Partial (Focal) Seizures A partial, or focal, seizure is the more common type of epilepsy and is caused by a disorder of the neurons in a specific site on one side of the brain. It is further categorized as a simple partial, complex partial, or secondarily generalized seizure.

114. The National Centre For Young People With Epilepsy - NCYPE
Provides specialist services for young people with epilepsy in the UK. Information and advice about the condition and includes details of the National Assessment Centre, St Piers School, and their Further Education College.
The need Epilepsy Facts News and Events St Piers School ... Links
NCYPE is the major provider of specialist services for young people with epilepsy in the UK.
The Centre is a charity and works in partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Trust and the Institute of Child Health. It is based at a 200 acre site in Lingfield, Surrey and includes St Piers School, a Further Education College, a National Assessment Centre and research and training facilities.

115. InteliHealth: Epilepsy
epilepsy affects one percent of the US populationabout 2.5 million people. epilepsy affects one percent of the US populationabout 2.5 million people.
Advertisement Epilepsy And Pregnancy
If you're among the 800,000 American women of childbearing age with epilepsy, you and your obstetrician will have some medical decisions to make. Seizure Surgery Surgery for epilepsy is considered when seizures are frequent enough and/or severe enough to significantly interfere with a person's ability to function at full capacity, or when trials of appropriate anti-seizure medications have failed.

116. Oliver Sacks, MD
Consulting practice in association with the Mount SinaiNYU Comprehensive epilepsy Center, New York.
Author of The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat , and Uncle Tungsten

117. - Health - The Epilepsy Guide - Homepage
The epilepsy Guide. Welcome to the BBC Health s epilepsy site. epilepsy comes in many forms, and each person s experience is different. epilepsy Topics.
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About Epilepsy Living with Epilepsy Welcome to the BBC Health's Epilepsy site. Epilepsy comes in many forms, and each person's experience is different. On this site Dr Matthew Walker will help you understand what epilepsy is how it is diagnosed and treated , and will offer some useful tips and information to help you live with this condition Other related content Epilepsy Week is an annual national health campaign aimed at raising awareness of the condition. All content within BBC Health is provided for general information only, and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of your own doctor or any other health care professional. The BBC is not responsible or liable for any diagnosis made by a user based on the content of the BBC Health website. The BBC is not liable for the contents of any external internet sites listed, nor does it endorse any commercial product or service mentioned or advised on any of the sites. Always consult your own GP if you're in any way concerned about your health. Epilepsy Topics Home About Epilepsy Living with Epilepsy Find out More Within

118. Florida Comprehensive Epilepsy And Seizure Disorder Center
Patient information as well as details about the center and its services. Special services are available for registered patients.
We are a comprehensive epilepsy center offering all aspects of epilepsy care and neurology care. We specialize in individual care, emphasizing an individual approach to every patient, carefully considering ALL aspects of the patients' lives. Our motto is Seizure Free, Side Effect Free, Improved Quality of Life, which is our goal for each and every patient.

119. SIU Center For Epilepsy
The Center for epilepsy provides comprehensive care for persons with all types of epilepsy, through advanced diagnositc techniques, specialized pharmacologic therapy, new investigational drugs and devices, and epilepsy surgery.
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120. Epilepsy / Seizure Disorders / The Family Village
epilepsy / Seizure Disorders. The epilepsy Foundation of America s mission is the education, prevention and control of epilepsy and its consequences.
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Epilepsy Foundation of America (EFA)
4351 Garden City Drive
Landover, Maryland, USA 20785-2267
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Fax: (301) 577-4941
The Epilepsy Foundation of America's mission is the education, prevention and control of epilepsy and its consequences. They help persons with epilepsy, their families and other individuals overcome the problems associated with this condition. The Foundation has local chapters and will assist persons who wish to start a support group in their locality. They provide parent matching through their family support telephone network, matching support parents with new parents in a similar situation. EFA publishes a quarterly newsletter, Epigram , for which there is a small fee, and had brochures that explain their programs and services. They offer a new parent packet that contains information on resources, services, and programs. The Foundation maintains a lending library of books, articles, magazines, directories, and videos. They also have books for distribution on family support, and special health care related issues. EFA collects information on physicians and researchers who treat/study the condition and make this information available through their lending library. They provide referrals to local, state, and national organizations.

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