© The International League Against Epilepsy
Edited By: Gary W. Mathern, MD, Astrid Nehlig, PhD, and Michael Sperling, MD.
Impact Factor: 4.584
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 26/194 (Clinical Neurology)
Online ISSN: 1528-1167
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Current Controversy in Epilepsy: SUDEP
Sudden unexpected death from epilepsy (SUDEP) has attracted considerable attention in the past several years, and there is increasing pressure from the epilepsy community to encourage medical professionals to tell their patients about it. In a Scottish coroner's inquest after the SUDEP deaths of two girls, a recommendation was made that “The vast majority of patients with epilepsy, or their parents or carers where appropriate, should be advised of the risk of SUDEP on first diagnosis or...within a very short time thereafter.”
News from ILAE
31st International Epilepsy Congress
September 5-9, 2015
To facilitate the participation of delegates, registration fees for the conference have been considerably reduced in comparison to previous international epilepsy congresses. Please visit www.epilepsyistanbul2015.org to view the registration fees, scientific programme and other congress related information
www.ilae.org is the place to visit to connect with other epilepsy professionals, learn about conferences and other educational events and resources, and understand the league initiatives.
Wiley and the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) are pleased to announce the increase of the Epilepsia Impact Factor, to 4.584.
New Clinicial Definition for Epilepsy Improves Diagnosis Accuracy
ILAE Official Report--A practical clinical definition of epilepsy
Robert S. Fisher, Carlos Acevedo, Alexis Arzimanoglou, Alicia Bogacz, J. Helen Cross, et al. (2014)
Because of the international appeal, this article has been translated into a broad variety of languages for your reading ease...
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Congratulations to Cristina Roseti for being awarded the 2013 Morris-Coole/Epilepsia Prize, for her article listed below; read it now for FREE!
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