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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Understanding How Environment and Diet Affect Epilepsy

Infantile spasms are drug-resistant seizures seen in children with West’s Syndrome – a childhood epilepsy syndrome. Infantile spasms begin around the first year of life, typically between the ages of Continue Reading

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Mapping Brain Networks in Childhood Epilepsy

To get some of the most accurate brain activity recordings before, during and after a seizure, intracranial electroencephalography (iEEG) is typically used. This technology, where sensors are placed directly onto Continue Reading

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