Improving the Transition from Child to Adult Epilepsy Care in Ontario

When children with epilepsy reach a certain age, they must transfer from child (pediatric) to adult hospital care. The transition can be a difficult one, as healthcare providers and support Continue Reading

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Mapping Brain Areas Responsible for Language to Improve Surgery Outcomes

Traditionally, language abilities were thought to only involve two areas of the brain, known as Broca’s and Wernicke’s areas. Based on this understanding, seizure surgery that avoids these areas should Continue Reading

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Using Advanced Brain Imaging to Find Where Seizures Begin

Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is a new technology that can be used to monitor a person’s brain activity. A MEG helmet placed on the head can map out brain activity by identifying Continue Reading

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