EPILEPSY

A boy diagnosed with glycine encephalopathy in the newborn period was initiated on the ketogenic diet at 11 years-old for the treatment of medication refractory epilepsy.
The professor of medicine, neurology, at the University of Toronto discussed the need for physicians to work together while transitioning patients with epilepsy—who may have any number of comorbidities—from pediatric care to adult care.

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About NeurologyLive's Epilepsy Clinical Focus page:

The NeurologyLive Epilepsy Clinical Focus page provides a hub for the latest clinical information pertaining to seizure disorders, with articles and videos closely covering the robust pipeline of new and emerging epilepsy therapies, as well as data from recent and ongoing clinical trials in the space. It serves as a well of information and news from relevant conferences and annual meetings hosted by neurological associations, and includes pivotal coverage right from the floor.

Among its offerings are videos featuring interviews with key opinion leaders and experts in epilepsy focused on best practices and key methods for recognizing and treating epilepsy symptoms, considering complex cases, applying novel therapies, addressing the issues and challenges of treating the disease, and much more.