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Ehlers–Danlos syndrome: A cause of epilepsy and periventricular heterotopia - Seizure - European Journal of Epilepsy

Vagus nerve stimulation therapy is effective and safe for startle-induced seizures - Journal of the Neurological Sciences

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Photogenic and self-induced epilepsy - The Journal of Pediatrics

Photogenic and self-induced epilepsy - The Journal of Pediatrics

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Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — Abolishing Mammography Screening Programs? A View from the Swiss Medical Board

When 150 children, 84 with epilepsy, were exposed to 15 minutes of three-dimensional TV, no seizures occurred—but some important EEG changes were observed.   BALTIMORE—Preliminary results from an ongoing study indicate that three-dimensional (3D) TV does not pose a significant safety hazard for children with epilepsy, researchers reported at the 65th Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society. The risk of suffering a seizure by watching 3D TV is very low, but not zero, and we think…

When 150 children, 84 with epilepsy, were exposed to 15 minutes of three-dimensional TV, no seizures occurred—but some important EEG changes were observed. BALTIMORE—Preliminary results from an ongoing study indicate that three-dimensional (3D) TV does not pose a significant safety hazard for children with epilepsy, researchers reported at the 65th Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society. The risk of suffering a seizure by watching 3D TV is very low, but not zero, and we think…

An epilepsy charity criticises Twitter for uploading two online videos that feature a looping, rapid succession of flashing colours.

Twitter ad angers epilepsy charity

An epilepsy charity criticises Twitter for uploading two online videos that feature a looping, rapid succession of flashing colours.

JAMA Network | JAMA Neurology | Subdural Hygroma Associated with Photogenic Epilepsy

Research from JAMA Neurology — Subdural Hygroma Associated with Photogenic Epilepsy

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