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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.
"We want seizure freedom or at least seizure reduction for each patient," Dr.
However, patients with IDH1 mutation had an increased likelihood of preoperative seizures and postoperative seizure freedom.
"In addition, the frequency of seizures takes a toll on children's development.
It can be difficult to diagnose and can cause recurring transient ischemic attacks (TIAs), strokes, seizures and cognitive deterioration.
Currently, we use anti-seizure medications like a hammer, to knock the seizures down.
Researchers hope to use the findings to promote changes in certain practices that may help to prevent seizures.
In both cases, the seizures were rapidly controlled, and the surgeries continued.
He discusses the different types of therapies that help suppress the part of the immune system that is causing seizures.
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