ILAE-Asia and Oceania
COVID 19 感染予防と脳波検査
(English version: Alert for EEG examinations to prevent COVID-19 infection)
Epilepsy in Asia: Disease burden, management barriers, and challenges
Eugen Trinka, Patrick Kwan, ByungIn Lee and Amitabh Dash
Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2018 | DOI: 10.1111/epi.14458
Applications are now being accepted for funds for a two year research project aimed at understanding the pathogenesis of Dravet syndrome and paving the way to new treatments.
19 January, 2021
This article examines the potential impact of FUS (Focused ultrasound) on the landscape of brain therapies as well as the challenges facing further advancement and broader adoption of this promising minimally invasive therapeutic alternative.
7 January, 2021
From Monday, January 4th to International Epilepsy Day – Monday February 8th, the International Bureau for Epilepsy encourages everyone to walk to raise awareness, improve visibility, and to increase understanding of epilepsy.
4 January, 2021
The anti-seizure medications used to treat patients with epilepsy can improve symptoms but do not address the underlying cause of the condition. In this Review, the authors discuss the ongoing shift towards personalized treatments for specific epilepsy aetiologies.
1 December, 2020
These results provide support for the importance of medication adherence and intensified AED treatment for patients with poorly controlled GTCS in the effort to reduce SUDEP risk and suggest that comedication with statins may reduce risk.
4 November, 2020
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