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Introducing Clobazam (Onfi) to the United States • Complete Remission in Non-syndrome Childhood Onset Epilepsy • Four Important Tips for the Treatment of Seizures in Older Adults • Clobazam Study Shows Positive Results in Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome • Febrile Seizures • Epilepsy is a Disease (Not a Disorder) - One Individual's Perspective • What Does it Mean to be a Comprehensive Epilepsy Center • The Epilepsy Clinic by Bill Tatum, MD
Introducing Potiga • Adjunctive Anti-epileptic Drug Therapy and Prevention of SUDEP • Chronic Valproic Acid Use in Alzheimer's Disease • Is Preterm Birth a Risk for Epilepsy? • The Epilepsy Clinic by Bill Tatum, MD
Everything You Want to Know About Lamotrigine (Lamictal) • Psychogenic (Non-epileptic) Seizures: What Patients and Families Need to Know • Assessing Bioequivalence of Generic Anti-epilepsy Drugs • New EEG Marker: Interictal Scalp Fast Oscillations May be a Marker for Seizure Location • Prolonged Survival with Valproic Acid Use for Glioblastoma • Dr. Sirven Answers Four Questions Regarding Medical Marijuana and Its Use for Epilepsy • Psychogenic Non-epileptic Seizures in U.S. Veterans • • The Epilepsy Clinic by Bill Tatum, MD
Focus on Antiepileptic Drugs: Levetiracetam • Causes of Death Among People with Epilepsy in the Developing World • What Happens to the Mothers of Children with Epilepsy? • New MRI Technique May Be Promising in Studying Temporal Lobe Epilepsy • Noninvasive Surgery for Temporal Lobe Epilepsy—The NIH ROSE Trial • Seizure Prediction Workshop • ILAE and Wiley-Blackwell Launch New Mobile Application for Epilepsia • The Epilepsy Clinic by Bill Tatum, MD
Focus on Antiepileptic Drugs: Carbamazepine • Who is at risk for SUDEP • Who is Reading Your EEG? Should You Care? • Morbidity and Mortality following Surgery for Intractable Temporal Lobe Epilepsy in the US • Recently Published Results of U.S. Government-Sponsored Workshop on SUDEP • Fetal Effects of Anticonvulsant Polytherapies: Different Risks from Different Drug Combinations The Epilepsy Clinic by Bill Tatum, MD
On My Mind: The Lowdown on Phenytoin SUDEP Recommendations Final Results from 18 Years of the International Lamotrigine Pregnancy Registry Potiga (ezogabine) has been approved by the US FDA Pharmacogenomic Considerations of Antiepileptic Drugs The Epilepsy Clinic by Bill Tatum, MD
On My Mind: Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy Seizures: The Next Level of Care: The Comprehensive Epilepsy Center What Happens When You Don't Take Your Medication in Children with Newly Diagnosed Epilepsy Long-term IQ Outcome after Temporal Lobe Surgery in Childhood Folic Acid Supplementation Prevents Phenytoin-induced Gingival Overgrowth in Children Ketogenic Diet - A Review Epilepsy Medication Mebaral to be Discontinued The Epilepsy Clinic by Bill Tatum, MD
On My Mind: Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Antiepileptic Drugs Interact with Folate and Vitamin B12 Detection of Seizure Movements Using a Wrist Device EEG Improvement after the Ketogenic Diet The Value of Auras Building the Momentum Against SUDEP How a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Study Section Works. How Does Epilepsy Research Get Funded by the NIH? The Epilepsy Clinic by Bill Tatum, MD
On My Mind: Drugs and Supplements that May Increase the Chance for Seizures Topiramate during Pregnancy is Associated with Increased Risk of Birth Defects Patients with Epilepsy are at Higher Risk to be Assaulted The Secret Epilepsy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt The Epilepsy Clinic by Bill Tatum, MD
On My Mind: Clinical Trials Epilepsy and the Herpes Virus Epilepsy and Crime Preventing Drug Side Effects Panyiotoupoulos Syndrome: A Condition We Should be Aware Of Epilepsy Simplified: A Book Review The Epilepsy Clinic by Bill Tatum, MD
On My Mind: Medication Side Effects Effects of Breastfeeding in Children of Women Taking Antiepileptic Drugs Estimating Risk for Developing Epilepsy: A population-based study in Rochester Minnesota High SUDEP Rate in Some Persons with Childhood-Onset Epilepsy: A Commentary by Elson L. So, MD When is the Right Time for Epilepsy Surgery? by John Stern, MD American Epilepsy Society Meeting in San Antonio - Highlights of the Latest Research Blog by Jose E. Cavazos, MD The Epilepsy Clinic by Bill Tatum, MD
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