Epilepsy Currents, July/August, 2006, Vol. 6, Num. 4
Table of Contents
Clinical Science - Current Review
Autism and Epilepsy: What Has Regression Got to Do with It?
Roberto Tuchman, MD
Clinical Science - Current Literature
Diffusion-Weighted Imaging: Can It Play A Role in the Evaluation of Patients with Epilepsy?
Andres M. Kanner, MD
Do Seizures Harm the Brain?
Donna C. Bergen, MD
Mood Disorders and Epilepsy Surgery: Lightening the Burden in More Ways Than One?
Paul A. Garcia, MD
Refractory Status Epilepticus: Is EEG Burst Suppression an Appropriate Treatment Target during Drug-Induced Coma? What Is the Holy Grail?
Gregory K. Bergey, MD
The Effects of Localization-Related Epilepsy on Language Lateralization and Networks
Bruce Hermann, PhD
Basic Science - Current Review
Wrong-Way Chloride Transport: Is It a Treatable Cause of Some Intractable Seizures?
Kevin J. Staley, MD
Basic Science - Current Literature
Exploiting the Other Inhibitory Ion: KCNQ Potassium Channels and Regulation of Excitability in Developing and Mature Brain
Edward C. Cooper, MD, PhD
Neonatal Seizures: Is a Novel, Mechanism-Based Treatment Finally on the Horizon?
Carl E. Stafstrom, MD, PhD
Single-Neuron Activity and Imaging during Epileptogenesis: What Can Be Seen and How Best to See It?
F. Edward Dudek, PhD
Virus-Induced Injury of the Dentate Gyrus: Deconstructing the Gate in the Way of Seizures
Andrey Mazarati, MD, PhD