Epilepsy Currents, November/December, 2006, Vol. 6, Num. 6
Table of Contents
Clinical Science - Current Review
Refractory Epilepsy: One Size Does Not Fit All
Jacqueline A. French, MD
Clinical Science - Editorial
Point–Counterpoint: Do Interictal Spikes Trigger Seizures or Protect Against Them?
Michael A. Rogawski, MD, PhD
Clinical Science - Current Literature
Brain Stimulation for Epilepsy: Stimulating Results?
Paul Garcia, MD
EURAP Outcomes for Seizure Control During Pregnancy: Useful and Encouraging Data
Page B. Pennell, MD
How to Image Memory in Epilepsy
Kimford Meador, MD
Long-Term Outcomes of Childhood Epilepsy: "The Truth Is Rarely Pure and Never Simple"
John W. Miller, MD, PhD
The Hippocampus Does Not Swim Unscathed in the Sea of Cortical Malformations
Jorge G Burneo, MD, MSPH
Treatment of New Onset Seizures: Predicting Long-Term Outcome
E. Ben-Menachem, MD, PhD
Basic Science - Current Review
Do Interictal Spikes Sustain Seizures and Epileptogenesis?
Massimo Avoli, MD, PhD, Giuseppe Biagini, MD, and M. de Curtis, MD
Interictal Spikes and Epileptogenesis
Kevin J. Staley, MD and F. Edward Dudek, PhD
Basic Science - Current Literature
Is Cognition Altered in the Eker Rat Model of Tuberous Sclerosis Complex?
Carl E. Stafstrom, MD, PhD
Is Mesial Temporal Sclerosis a Necessary Component of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy?
Jaideep Kapur, MD, PhD
Is Posttraumatic Epilepsy the Best Model of Posttraumatic Epilepsy?
Andrey Mazarati, MD, PhD
Laser Scanning Photostimulation: New Evidence for Enhanced Recurrent Excitation in a Model of Posttraumatic Epilepsy
F. Edward Dudek, PhD and Kevin J. Staley, MD