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Current Controversy in Epilepsy: Epileptiform Discharges & Cognitive Development
Characterizing epilepsy outcomes has long been recognized to be more than simply counting seizures. However, the interplay between epileptiform discharges not associated with active seizures, with cognitive or developmental trajectories poses a unique treatment dilemma, and one for which cogent arguments can be made either in favor of or against initiating treatments. The series of articles in this Epilepsia Special Section addresses the important issues of the degree to which epileptic activity contributes to poorer developmental and cognitive outcomes above and beyond that which would be expected from the underlying etiology, which might influence treatment considerations.
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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.
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)
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Congratulations to Matthew Diamond for being awarded the 2014 Epilepsia Prize Winner, for his article listed below; read it now for FREE!