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Risks of uncontrolled seizures Videos - Mayo Clinic Risks of uncontrolled seizures Jan. 17, 2019 Overview Show transcript Overview Mayo Clinic physicians explain the impact of uncontrolled seizures a...
She discusses how this type of seizure can be misdiagnosed and the value of catching the diagnosis early.
"Then we asked him to stand, and we recorded the seizures.
Advancements in Epilepsy Diagnostics and Treatment Videos - Mayo Clinic Advancements in epilepsy diagnostics and treatment Jan. 30, 2017 Overview Show transcript Overview Jamie J. Van Gompel, M.D. , Neurosurgery, and Gregory A. Worrell, M.D., Ph.D. ,...
Surgical resection is a potentially curative option, if the seizure origin site is identified.
"Many of these patients start having seizures during the first decade of life.
Trials of therapeutic brain stimulation have shown reductions in seizures, but rarely provide seizure-free outcomes.
"Obviously, that depends on the amount of tissue that's causing the seizures and its location.
Many people with brain tumors experience seizures, and as many as 30% of them continue to have seizures after tumor resection.
The physicians discuss why localizing the seizure is important and why each person needs to have an individualized approach to epilepsy care.
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