Dr Elizabeth Thiele discusses the latest on cannabidiol research for the treatment of refractory epilepsy.
Integration of care across specialists helps to improve the overall patient/family experience.
Those with postnatal etiology showed worse developmental deficits across all domains.
Andrew Hershey, MD, PhD, FAHS, Endowed Chair and Co-Director, Cincinnati Children's Headache Center discusses the multidisciplinary approach to treating pediatric headache.
Risks associated with certain NSAIDS and steroids warrant further investigation.
While many lesions remained at 1 year, reductions in lesion volume correlated with improved neurologic outcomes.
No significant difference in reduction of headache days was observed between the treatment groups and placebo.
Out of 34 cases of MRI-detected fetal stroke, ultrasound was only able to identify 5 cases.
Patients with these EEG characteristics may benefit from early screening and intervention.
The EXIST-3 trial is the first phase 3 study to evaluate the use of EVE for the adjunctive treatment of seizures in TSC.
As the treatment is currently used off-label, optimal dosing has not yet been established.
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