Epilepsy Currents, March/April, 2014, Vol. 14, No. 2

Epilepsy Currents, March/April, 2014, Vol 14, No. 2

Table of Contents

Clincal Review in Clinical Science

Closing the Major Gap in PNES Research: Finding a Home for a Borderland Disorder (PDF)
Brien J. Smith, MD, FAAN

Current Literature in Clinical Science

Paying Attention to School Achievement in Childhood Absence Epilepsy (PDF)
David W. Loring, Ph.D.

 Childhood Absence Epilepsy: What Is All the Distraction About? (PDF)
Rochelle Caplan, MD

Seizures and Epileptiform Activity in Early Alzheimer Disease: How Hard Should We Be Looking? (PDF)
David Spencer, MD

Treating Refractory Generalized Epilepsy with Stimulation (PDF)
Lara E. Jehi, MD 

Sudden Unexpected Death in the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (PDF)
Alison M. Pack, MD, MPH 

“Idiopathic” and “Genetic” Generalized Epilepsies Intersect (PDF)
Gregory Krauss, MD and Kristin Barañano, MD, PhD 

ILAE Classification Redux: Ready for Prime Time? (PDF)
Jacqueline A. French, MD

Current Review in Basic Science

Untangling the Dravet Syndrome Seizure Network: The Changing Face of a Rare Genetic Epilepsy (PDF)
Ravi Chopra and Lori L. Isom, PhD

Current Literature in Basic Science

Benchmark IV Progressing Nicely: Rational Pharmacotherapy May Address Cognitive Decline in Epilepsy (PDF)
Tim Benke, MD, PhD

The Heat is On: L-type Calcium Channels and Febrile Seizures
Geoffrey G. Murphy, PhD

Recording From Over 1,000 Cells: A New Toy in Place for Epilepsy Research?
William Stacey, MD, PhD

Of Fish and Men
Gustavo A. Patino, MD PhD, Jack M. Parent, MD