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Psychosocial function in epilepsy

Mardi Jon Horowitz

Psychosocial function in epilepsy

rehabilitation after surgical treatment for temporal lobe epilepsy

by Mardi Jon Horowitz

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Published by Thomas in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Epilepsy -- Surgery.,
  • Epileptics -- Rehabilitation.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 151-155.

    Statementby Mardi J. Horowitz, with the assistance of Fredda M. Cohen, Frank A. Saunders [and] Alan Z. Zkolnikoff. Foreword by John E. Adams.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC372 .H63
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 180 p.
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4911641M
    LC Control Number76100427

    Book review Full text access The falling sickness. A history of epilepsy from the Greeks to the beginnings of modern neurology: 2nd ed., by Owsei Temkin. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, , Softshell Books edition, , pp. Price: $ psychiatric aspects of epilepsy Download psychiatric aspects of epilepsy or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get psychiatric aspects of epilepsy book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you ://

      hey everyone, ive decided to pursue my life's dream of writing a fiction novel and try my hardest to get it published. im writing a story about a young 23 year old woman with epilepsy and this is where i need your help. i have epilepsy (the only thing that me and the main character have in common is that, it's not an autobiography) and have a few ideas on what to gove her condition but i was /living-epilepsy-adults/im-writing-book-and-i-need-your-help.   1. Benign focal epilepsies in childhood. Although benign focal epilepsies in childhood are known to have no structural brain lesion, easily controlled seizure, and good prognosis, recent evidence suggests that children with benign focal epilepsy may present with impairment of overall cognitive function, or difficulties with visual perception, attention, and memory14).

    A clinimetric approach to the psychosocial consequences of epilepsy would assist us in finding an overall index for the evaluation of effects of the disease in long term follow-up studies. Thus, one of the advantages of such an index is that it would enable us to measure a patient repeatedly and to plot an individual ‘illness career’ over The Comorbidities of Epilepsy offers an up-to-date, comprehensive overview of all comorbidities of epilepsy (somatic, neurological and behavioral), by international authorities in the field of clinical epileptology, with an emphasis on epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis and management. This book includes also a critical appraisal of the


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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Psychosocial function in epilepsy. Springfield, Ill., Thomas [] (OCoLC) Online version: Summary: Purpose: Assumptions regarding the benefits of seizure control after pediatric epilepsy surgery for cognitive, psychosocial, and family function Psychosocial function in epilepsy book explored in a prospective study of 51 children with intractable epilepsy.

Methods: Thirty children who underwent surgery were studied before and 1 year after surgery, and a comparison group of 21 children with medically refractory Epilepsy and psychosocial status.

Once people have been diagnosed as “epilepsy patients,” that is, persons who have had at least two epileptic seizures, they are most probably being treated by a medical specialist, a pediatrician or a neurologist, and antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) will be prescribed and expected to be properly :// Cognitive, Psychosocial, and Family Function One Year after Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery Article in Epilepsia 45(6) July with 87 Reads How we measure 'reads' Book.

Jan ; Dennis L. Kasper psychosocial factors of epilepsy and uncontrolled epilepsy lead to stigma of epilepsy. The factors affect stigmas are false historical background of epilepsy In book: Novel Aspects on Epilepsy.

Affairs to study the psychosocial and cultural aspects of epilepsy. A uniform study protocol can be designed to collect data on "public awareness Erectile function findings. Compared to healthy control subjects, patients with epilepsy had higher frequency rate of ED (37% versus 22%), mostly of mild degree (% or 23/37), % or 11/37 for moderate; % or 3/37 for severe degree, and lower scores of IIEF-5 (± versus ±; P=), particularly patients with focal epilepsy (P=), frontal lobe epilepsy (P=   The mission of the Epilepsy Foundation is to lead the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives.

follow us Professional Place West, SuiteLandover, MD |   Re: writing a book Permalink Submitted by martina pettitt on Fri, I work with epilepsy society and am very interested in how individuals cope with their diagnosis and :// There is a paucity of data determining whether education alone can improve psychosocial outcome.

The study investigated whether an educational intervention in adolescence: 1. Increased understanding of epilepsy syndrome and general epilepsy knowledge. Improved self‐esteem, seizure self‐efficacy and attitudes towards :// Study highlights factors affecting psychosocial function in paediatric epilepsy Posted Jul 8 in Epilepsy in children Clinicians need to be more aware of the different influencing factors of demographic and epilepsy-related variables that affect psychosocial outcomes in paediatric epilepsy :// Books on Epilepsy There has been a steady increase in the number of books published that are relevant to epilepsy that members of the League will likely find useful for their practice or research.

However, keeping up with the books that are available is no easy :// Aim: Patients frequently have poor knowledge of epilepsy, and this is associated with low self‐esteem in adolescence. There is a paucity of data determining whether education alone can improve psychosocial outcome.

The study investigated whether an educational intervention in adolescence:   Introduction. Assessment of long-term outcomes is essential in epilepsy, in general, and in epilepsy surgery, in particular (Spencer, ).While earlier studies traditionally focused on relatively short outcomes, epilepsy surgery centres are now reporting long-term outcomes in cohorts of patients with epilepsy following a variety of surgical :// A seizure is the manifestation of an abnormal, hypersynchronous discharge of a population of cortical neurons.

This discharge may produce subjective symptoms or objective signs, in which case it is a clinical seizure, or it may be apparent only on an electroencephalogram (EEG), in which case it is an electrographic (or subclinical) seizure.

Clinical seizures are usually classified according to Epilepsy is a heterogeneous disorder with diverse syndromes and etiologies that include structural abnormalities (i.e.

stroke, tumors, malformations of cortical development, etc.), functional abnormalities (involving ion channels, as in autosomal dominant frontal lobe epilepsy due to an acetylcholine channelopathy) or a combination of both   Psychosocial and neuropsychological evaluation of eight patients who have received this surgical treatment suggests that patients who have an uncomplicated operative and postoperative course do not experience functionally significant intellectual, emotional, or social ://   of epilepsy’s negative medical and psychosocial conse-quences.

Accordingly, in addition to determining seizure type and epilepsy syndrome and selecting appropriate antiseizure therapies, clinicians are increasingly taking the behavioral aspects of epilepsy into consideration in their evaluation and treatment of :// Science.

Psychosocial problems (Achenbach scales), cognitive function, and socioeconomic status were studied in children with epilepsy aged between 6 and 13 years (mean age 11y [SD 2y 1mo] and 10y 8mo Psychiatric Controversies in Epilepsy addresses controversial clinical issues of the psychiatric aspects of epilepsy.

The book explores the reasons behind the poor communication between psychiatrists and neurologists and suggests potential remedies to this important problem, and two chapters are devoted to examining whether psychiatrists and. The last chapter of the book will include what medical technology has in store for people with epilepsy, discussing new medicines, treatments and surgical procedures.

In addition, the book will include a glossary to help understand medical terms in the book that may be unfamiliar to the ://The psychosocial impact of epilepsy on marriage: A narrative review Article in Epilepsy & Behavior October with 64 Reads How we measure 'reads'  Smith, M., Elliott, I., and Lach, L.

() Cognitive, psychosocial, and family function one year after pediatric epilepsy surgery Epilepsia – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar Gillam, F., et al. () Epilepsy surgery outcome: comprehensive assessment