Epilepsy Currents, Nov/Dec, 2011, Vol. 11, Num. 6

Epilepsy Currents, November/December, 2011, Vol. 11, Num. 6

Table of Contents

Clinical Science - Current Review

A Swell in the Armamentarium of Antiepileptic Drug Targets 
Karthik Rajasekaran, PhD, and Howard Parker Goodkin, MD, PhD

Clinical Science - Current Literature

Anterior Temporal Lobectomy – How Safe Is It? 
Bruce Fisch, MD

Carbamazepine Hypersensitivity: Progress Toward Predicting the Unpredictable 
Barry E. Gidal, PharmD

Cognitive Activation of “Hyperexcitable Cortex” in JME: Can It Trigger Seizures? 
Gregory L. Krauss, MD

Complete the Following Statement:Industry-Sponsored Antiepileptic Drug Pregnancy Registries Provide Information that is Beneficial to:Patients, Doctors, The Sponsor, All of the Above, None of the Above, Cannot Respond Due to Risk of COI 
Cynthia L. Harden, MD

License to Ill: Playing the Odds After Withdrawing and Restarting Antiepileptic Drugs 
Scott Mintzer, MD

Temporal Lobectomies in Children: More Than Just for Seizure Control? 
Eric Kossoff, MD

Basic Science - Current Review

Is It Safe to Use a Diuretic to Treat Seizures Early in Development? 
Y. Ben-Ari, PhD, EsSc, and R. Tyzio

Basic Science - Current Literature

Carts, Horses, and Push-Pull Regulation of EGABA in Neonatal Seizures 
Kevin Staley, MD

Distinct Mechanisms Mediate Interictal and Pre-Ictal Discharges in Human Temporal Lobe Epilepsy 
Carl E. Stafstrom, MD, PhD

Neurostimulation for Epilepsy: Do We Know the Best Stimulation Parameters? 
Robert S. Fisher, MD, PhD

The Ins and Outs of Interneurons in Epileptic Neocortex 
Barry W. Connors, PhD

The Sound of Noninvasive Seizure Control 
Detlev Boison, PhD