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         Epilepsy:     more books (100)
  1. Epilepsy: A New Approach by Adrienne Richard, Joel Reiter, 1995-07-01
  2. Seizures and Epilepsy in Childhood: A Guide (Johns Hopkins Press Health Book) by John M. Freeman MD, Eileen P. G. Vining MD, et all 2002-11-25
  3. Epilepsy: Patient and Family Guide by M.D. Orrin Devinsky, 2007-10-28
  4. Treating Epilepsy Naturally : A Guide to Alternative and Adjunct Therapies by Patricia Murphy, 2001-09-26
  5. Living Well with Epilepsy and Other Seizure Disorders: An Expert Explains What You Really Need to Know by Carl W. Bazil, 2004-10-01
  6. The Ketogenic Diet: A Treatment for Children and Others with Epilepsy by John Freeman, M.D. Eric H. Kossoff, et all 2006-10-04
  7. Seized: Temporal Lobe Epilepsy as a Medical, Historical, and Artistic Phenomenon by Eve LaPlante, 2000-06-14
  8. Canine Epilepsy: An Owner's Guide to Living With and Without Seizures by Caroline D. Levin, 2002-06-15
  9. Atlas of Epilepsies
  10. Epilepsy Explained: A Book for People Who Want to Know More by Markus Reuber MDPHDMRCP, Christian E Elger MDPHDMRCP, et all 2009-03-17
  11. Epilepsy Explained: A Book for People Who Want to Know More by Markus Reuber MDPHDMRCP, Christian E Elger MDPHDMRCP, et all 2009-03-17
  12. Epilepsy Syndromes: Expert Consult - Online, Print, and DVD by Mary Ann Werz, Ignacio L. Pita Garcia, 2010-11-15
  13. The Challenge of Epilepsy by Sally Fletcher, 2004-06
  14. The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Epilepsy (Cleveland Clinic Guides) by Elaine Wyllie, 2010-03-02

161. Canadian Epidemiology Of Epilepsy Network
Canadian Epidemiology of epilepsy Network. CEEN. The Canadian League Against epilepsy. This site is supported by an unrestricted
Canadian Epidemiology
of Epilepsy Network
The Canadian League Against Epilepsy This site is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Janssen-Ortho Inc.
Canadian Epidemiology of Epilepsy Network
About the CEEN ... "Epidemiology" of
Epilepsy? Who Should Join? How Does It Work? CEEN Coordinators For Information Related Links E-Mail CEEN:

162. Neurogen Corporation
Discovers, develops, manufactures and markets products for the treatment of psychiatric and neurological disorders such as obesity and other eating disorders, anxiety, schizophrenia, sleep disorders, cognitive impairment, depression, epilepsy and stress disorders. (Nasdaq NRGN).
May. 27, 2004 Neurogen Announces Milestone Payment From Merck Under Pain Management Drug Alliance
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May. 26, 2004 Neurogen Corporation Announces Webcast of June 2 Presentation at 8th Annual Friedman Billings Ramsey Growth Investor Conference
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May. 7, 2004 Neurogen Corporation Announces Webcast of May 11 Panel at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Therapeutic Conference
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The Company and our commitment to improving the lives of patients. Our integrated drug discovery platform and development pipeline.
Press releases, webcasts, corporate governance, SEC filings, shareholder reports and more.
Current job openings, benefits and employer information.
Information in this website contains certain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties as detailed from time to time in Neurogen's SEC filings, including the company's most recent 10-K. Actual results may differ materially from the statements made as a result of various factors described therein. Please see such filings for a description of such risks and factors.
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163. Johns Hopkins Medicine--Epilepsy Research Laboratory
Localization of seizure onset in patients with epilepsy Gregory K. Bergey, MD Professor, Director epilepsy Center, neurologist, physiologist
Recent publications ...
Information for Patients
Research interests
Localization of seizure onset in patients with epilepsy Analysis of dynamics of seizure spread in time and space Modeling of seizure dynamics and propagation Detection of nonstationary signals
Tools and methods
Multichannel autoregressive model, directed transfer function method Matching pursuit time-frequency analysis Computer simulation of neural networks
Laboratory Personnel
Gregory K. Bergey, M.D. - Professor, Director Epilepsy Center, neurologist, physiologist Piotr J. Franaszczuk, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor, physicist Pawel Kudela, Ph.D. - Research Associate, physicist Christophe Jouny, Ph.D. - Research Associate, biomedical engineer Joanne Barnett - Senior Medical Office Coordinator
Former lab members
Keun-Hang Susan Yang, Ph.D. - Post-doctoral fellow, neuroscientist
Recent publications
Inhibition modifies the effects of slow calcium-activated potassium channels on epileptiform activity in a neuronal network model. ( manuscript pdf submitted to Biological Cybernetics Reduction of intracellular calcium removal rate can explain changes in seizure dynamics: studies in neuronal network models. (

164. Epilepsy - General Practice Notebook
Clinicallyoriented information on the various types.

The epilepsy Foundation of Colorado (EFC), an affiliate of the epilepsy Foundation, is a statewide, non-profit, charitable agency dedicated to helping improve
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The Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado (EFC) , an affiliate of the Epilepsy Foundation , is a state-wide, non-profit, charitable agency dedicated to helping improve the quality of life for people affected by epilepsy and their loved ones. Our mission is "to assist the person with epilepsy in meeting his/her own needs through assessment, resource identification and counseling/support." The Website Mission:
We built this Website not only to describe what the EFC does for the community, but also to be a gateway to the vast Epilepsy resources of the World Wide Web. Although by no means exhaustive, in this site you will find / learn about:

166. EFGA_Main
Committed to prevention and control of epilepsy, and to helping improve the lives of people who have epilepsy.

About News Outreach ... Get Involved Donate Now!
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About EFGA Our Mission Board Members ... Epilepsy Foundation National We'd like to acknowledge our Community
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H2O Magazine ( visit McKesson Foundation Medical College of Georgia ( visit Mohawk Industries ( visit Racing Solutions visit Trinchero Family Estates Winery visit Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge and Rice visit Midtown Neurology visit Thank You! Learn how to be a Corporate Partner a News Foundation partners with Families, Advocates to promote Awareness in Education In an effort to In an effort to promote awareness of the law, the Epilepsy Foundation has been a community partner of the Families and Advocates Partnership for Education project for the past five years. FAPE links families, advocates and self- advocates to promote effective implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. More...

167. Epilepsie, Epilepsy : Et Puis, En Dan, So What
Find out about epilepsy, how to accept it. Apprenez ce que c est l epilepsie, comment l accepter. Yves Rocher Special Offers. Advertisements. epilepsy ?
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"Epilepsy...? So What ?!" is where you find out about epilepsy and how to accept it.
Learn more about epilepsy: general and practical information, types, diagnosis, treatment, Vagus Nerve Stimulator, Deep Brain Stimulation, chat and forum. (Belgium and International).
"Epilepsie...? Et puis ?!" c'est où vous apprenez ce que c'est l'épilepsie et comment l'accepter.
Apprenez plus sur l'épilepsie: renseignements généraux et pratiques, types, diagnostique, traitement, Stimulateur Nerf Vague, Stimulation Cérébrale Profonde, chat et forum (la Belgique et Internationale).
"Epilepsie...? En dan ?!" is waar u leert wat epilepsie is en hoe u deze kunt aanvaarden.

168. David Lewis Centre For Epilepsy, The
Care for adults and children suffering from severe epilepsy and associated problems. Services are available to clients from all parts of Britain and abroad.
What we do for children
What we do for adults

Professional Relations

How care is funded

The David Lewis Centre
(Founded in 1893 - Esatblished in 1904

The David Lewis Centre is the largest independent provider of a unique range of services for adults and children with compl ex epilepsy and other severe neurological disorders. The Centre, standing in 170 acres of Cheshire countryside, was opened in 1904 through the generosity of David Lewis (1822-1885), who had pioneered department stores and left most of his fortune for the benefit of the people of Liverpool and Manchester.
Its dedicated staff of over 700 includes experts in medical, psychological, social and educational aspects of the care of people with neurological disorders.
Facilities range from short term accommodation for assessment or respite to longer term care of highly dependent people. Our services are available to people from all parts of Britain and abroad.

169. Growing Strong As A Person With Epilepsy
Comprehensive information about epilepsy and links to information from around the Web. GROWING STRONG AS A PERSON WITH epilepsy.
The development of content for this site is supported by your contributions, the sale of products through various affiliate programs, and my work as a writer, speaker, consultant and representative with Discovery Toys, Inc., and Usborne Books at Home. If you have been touched by the material on this site, please consider shopping at Sarah Jane's or making a contribution using the Amazon Honor System.
This site is maintained by Sarah J. Blake and was last modified on April 18, 2003.
What's New
The content on the general information page has been updated and reorganized. New content has been added to the medications page, and several links have been added to the support groups page. Broken links have been removed from all pages. Additional updates are planned for the month of May.
About This Site
This site is about helping people to find the tools they need to succeed and build physical, emotional, mental and spiritual strength in life. Part of developing that strength involves understanding our bodies and special needs we may have. Understanding what a seizure is, how the brain works, how to get the best medical treatment, and how seizures affect daily life are all part of developing strength for living with epilepsy. The information on these pages is here to help people with epilepsy, their families, and their friends gain that understanding. Medical professionals can also use information from these pages to educate patients and to improve the care provided.

170. Epilepsy Foundation Of The Chesapeake Region
Seeks to improve the quality of life for individuals with seizure disorders through handson, individualized services. Serves the Maryland, Washington D.C, and Northern Virginia communities.

Become a Member

EFCR Newsletter

Annual Report

Epilepsy Facts
Travel Assistance Fund
In the United States one in every 100 people suffers from seizures, or epilepsy. In the Chesapeake Region, an area with approximately 7.4 million people, there are about 74,000 people with epilepsy. Working with Abilities Network, the Epilepsy Foundation of the Chesapeake Region (EFCR) serves the entire Baltimore/Washington/Northern Virginia area, helping us all understand and live with epilepsy. EFCR Provides:
Information and referrals
Assistance with Medical Issues
Support Groups Scholarships Provider Agencies and a unique Summer Camp program! May 2004 US Approval for CNS Products to be Sought Ovation Pharmaceuticals, Inc. will seek approval from the FDA to make two recently acquired central nervous system (CNS) products available in the United States to patients with rare epilepsy conditions. The acquisition of Vigabatrin and clobazam resulted from a collaboration of the professional and advocacy communities who worked with Ovation Pharmaceuticals to expand treatment opportunities for underserved patient populations.

171. Epilepsy - So What
of types and treatment of epilepsy and how to accept it. With links to international pages and chat. Also information on Nervus Vagus Stimulator. European based.......

172. Home
Dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals affected by epilepsy in 28 counties across southern Alabama.
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Did you know Van Gogh had epilepsy?
"Irises" by Vincent Van Gogh
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Mission Statement
The Epilepsy Foundation of South Alabama is a voluntary, nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals affected by epilepsy in 28 counties across South Alabama. A nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization, the Epilepsy Foundation of South Alabama has as its mission to educate and support individuals with epilepsy and their families, to increase awareness in the general community and to facilitate prevention and management of epilepsy. This includes providing services and programs for people with epilepsy and their families; educating and increasing awareness about epilepsy; providing leadership in advocacy for epilepsy issues and collaborating with other community resources in support of the mission of the people with seizure disorders.
Contact Us
Epilepsy Foundation of South Alabama
951 Government St, Suite 201

173. Epilepsy The Information - Epilepsy The Information
Information about the condition, with advice and guidance for those affected by it; includes specific information on Sudden Unexpected Death in epilepsy (SUDEP).
Epilepsy the Information Search:
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Epilepsy: The Information is a website dedicated to telling the truth about epilepsy.
"In developed countries our main goal is to improve quality of life for persons with epilepsy but even there centuries-old superstitions are lurking in the shadows. It is a much more complicated situation in developing countries due to social stigma and discrimination, lack of trained personnel and shortages of anti-epileptic drugs" Ms. Hanneke M. de Boer, International Bureau for Epilepsy) for Matthew NINTENDO TV GAMES 'CAN KILL' WARNING Professor Graham Harding of Birmingham's Aston University is calling on the makers of the games - Megamen X, Mario Kart Double Dash, Mario Sunshine and Metroid Crime - to stamp prominent health warnings on all computer game boxes as he has found that these four popular Nintendo games contain flashing and repetitive light patterns that could possibly cause fatal seizures brought on by photo sensitive epilepsy. Youngsters between the ages of seven and 19 are most at risk. Professor Harding also wants safety guidelines introduced identical to those that British Broadcasters follow. He said "The industry should apply the same guidelines because they have been shown to work. Then the risks would disappear". He has also developed a new machine to test problems in video games. Scientists have established a clear link between video games and epilepsy.

174. Comprehensive Epilepsy Program
News and information about epilepsy from the physicians of the Medical College of Wisconsin.
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Comprehensive Epilepsy Program
The Comprehensive Epilepsy Program is a multidisciplinary program involving experts in the coordinated care of patients with uncontrolled seizures. The Epilepsy Program evaluates patients who might benefit from a better definition of their seizure type or a surgical treatment of their seizures. Epilepsy monitoring and surgery is far from unusual or investigational. Since Victor Horsely's first craniotomy in 1886 for a cerebral tumor producing seizures, over 5,000 of these procedures have been performed. Currently, there are over 100 centers in the U.S. and the world providing long-term monitoring and a surgical treatment with excellent results. Generally 85% of patients have at least a 90% seizure reduction. Many questions are typically raised by the suggestion of epilepsy monitoring and surgery. Following are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

175. Arizona - Welcome To The Arizona Epilepsy Foundation
Since 1971, the epilepsy Foundation of Arizona has been responding to the needs of the more than 53,000 people in Arizona with epilepsy.
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Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona
Since 1971, the Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona has been responding to the needs of the more than 53,000 people in Arizona with epilepsy. Programs include information and referral, professional and community education, support groups, Kids on the Block, Seniors and Seizures, Women and Epilepsy Initiative, H.O.P.E. Mentoring Program, advocacy and Camp Candlelight, a summer camp for children. The Foundation is a not-for-profit voluntary health agency recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, funded primarily through individual contributions from the general public, corporations, foundations, planned gifts and special event fundraising. The Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona is a member of Combined Health Charities. Thank you for visiting. We encourage you to browse through our website to learn more about epilepsy, who we are and how we reach out and serve. We hope you will save our web site as a "favorite place" to return to often whether you need assistance for yourself or a loved one. Your contribution of financial support will help us help others.

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