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by M.D. Allen R. Wyler,Ph.D. Bruce P. Hermann

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  • ISBN 0750694165
  • ISBN13 978-0750694162
  • Language English
  • Author M.D. Allen R. Wyler,Ph.D. Bruce P. Hermann
  • Publisher Butterworth-Heinemann; 1 edition (October 28, 1993)
  • Pages 277
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  • Subcategory Medicine and Health Sciences
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* Comprehensive refernce covering all aspects of epilepsy surgery * Contributions from 31 prominent, international neurologists and neurosurgeons

Outcome with respect to seizure frequency The Surgical Management of Epilepsy.

Outcome with respect to seizure frequency The Surgical Management of Epilepsy. Also, it should be apparent that, although a common problem, it is highly complex.

Epilepsy Self Management. In a prospective study, Bruce Hermann, . Professor and Director, Charles Matthews Neuropsychology Section, Department of Neurology, University of Wisconsin, and colleagues are investigating changes in brain structure, cognitive function and psychiatric status that take place over a 4-year period in patients with chronic temporal lobe epilepsy compared to healthy patients. Below is an interview with Dr. Hermann regarding his findings from this study as presented at the 58th annual American Epilepsy Society (AES) conference in New Orleans.

Epilepsy affects approximately . –1% of the world’s population, with initial onset most frequently occurring during childhood. In: Wyler AR, Hermann BP (eds) The Surgical Management of Epilepsy. Boston, pp 146–154Google Scholar.

Medical Management of Epilepsy: General Principles. Medical Management: The New Agents. Address correspondence to William J. Marks, J. . Northern California Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 94143-0138

Medical Management of Epilepsy: General Principles. The Medically Refractory Patient. Northern California Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 94143-0138.

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If medical management fails, surgical intervention should be considered. Such surgery is now considered relatively safe and highly effective. cle{Wyler1993ModernMO, title {Modern management of epilepsy. Recommended medical and surgical options. author {Allen R. Wyler}, journal {Postgraduate medicine}, year {1993}, volume {94 3}, pages {. 97-8, 103-8 } }. Allen R. Wyler. Published in Postgraduate medicine 1993. Effective treatment of epilepsy requires accurate diagnosis. This relies heavily on proper identification of seizure type, which may require long-term hy with video monitoring.

ed. The Surgical Management of Epilepsy. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Admissions Committee (. Boston, Butterworth Heinemann, 1994. Epilepsy and Developmental Disabilities. Subcommittee Chairman, Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Admissions Committee.

The impact of epilepsy from the patient’s perspective I. Descriptions and subjective perceptions. The frequency, complications and aetiology of ADHD in new onset paediatric epilepsy. B Hermann, J Jones, K Dabbs, CA Allen, R Sheth, J Fine, A McMillan,. RS Fisher, BG Vickrey, P Gibson, B Hermann, P Penovich, A Scherer,. Psychiatric comorbidity in chronic epilepsy: identification, consequences, and treatment of major depression. Brain 130 (12), 3135-3148, 2007. Extent of medial temporal resection on outcome from anterior temporal lobectomy: a randomized prospective study.