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Contestants provided two classifications for the clips: seizure vs. interictal, and early seizure vs. interictal or late seizure.
Read more Epilepsy patient married and seizure-free after new treatment at Mayo Clinic Mayo Clinic News Network — June, 2018 Chris White battled epileptic seizures his entire life.
He is interested in the creation of seizure warning devices targeting electrophysiological biomarkers of epileptogenic brain and precursor signals that precede the onset of clinical seizures.
Use of an investigational intranasal diazepam (NRL-1) therapy as an acute seizure rescue medication.
For many patients the seizures are not controlled by currently available medical therapies.
We are also using intraventricular antisense to see if seizure induced damage can be reduced.
Curing epilepsy means either preventing the transition from individual seizure events to recurrent seizure activity, or preventing the development of seizures all together.
These pathophysiological events increase intracellular calcium levels in neurons and trigger the consequent activation of calpain, a calcium-dependent protease, leading to neuronal injury and the development of cognitive deficits and seizures...
Deep-learning for seizure forecasting in canines with epilepsy.
Several case reports have suggested an association between severe DPD deficiency and a form of intellectual disability that is often accompanied by epileptic seizures, microcephaly, hypertonia, delayed motor skill development and aut...
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