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Journal of Epileptology

Foundation of Epileptology

Subject: Medicine


eISSN: 2300-0147



The potential mechanisms of effect of valproic acid on lipid profiles: an updated review
Ketogenic diet in epilepsy: an updated review
The interrelationship between clinical and immunity variables in epilepsy

VOLUME 21 , ISSUE 1 (June 2013) - List of articles

Detection of SCN1A mutations in patients with severe myoclonic epilepsy in infancy by custom resequence array

Takayuki Sugawara/ Shuichi Yoshida/ Naoko Onodera/ Kazumaru Wada/ Shinichi Hirose/ Sunao Kaneko

Introduction. Very few epilepsy phenotypes have been associated with causative genes; nevertheless, it is becoming possible, for some epilepsy phenotypes, to predict the most efficacious anti-epileptic drugs for patients based on their genetic makeup. The development of individualized medicine based on genetic information and the genetic diagnosis of epilepsy are expected to greatly improve the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy. Here, we developed a DNA array (resequencing array) for the genet(..)

DOI: 10.1515/joepi-2015-0001

Published Online: 10-June-2013

Neurobiological and clinical predictors of remission and antiepileptic treatment efficacy in partial epilepsies

Vladimir V. Kalinin/ Anna A. Zemlyanaya/ Elena V. Zheleznova/ Lyudmila V. Sokolova

Introduction. The current knowledge of significance of some neurobiological and clinical variables in the prediction of remission length and seizures reduction in partial epilepsies remains sparse and even controversial. Aim. The current study has been carried out in order to evaluate the possible relationship between epilepsy forms, gender, focus lateralization and handedness with therapeutic remission and seizures reduction during antiepileptic treatment in persons with partial forms of epilep(..)

DOI: 10.1515/joepi-2015-0002

Published Online: 03-April-2013

EEG characteristics of déjà vu phenomenon

Alexander V. Chervyakov/ Victor V. Gnezditskii/ Pavel N. Vlasov/ Galina V. Kalmykova

Introduction. Déjà vu (DV, from French “already seen”) is an aberration of psychic activity associated with transitory erroneous perception of novel circumstances, objects, or people as already known. Aim. Investigation of clinical and diagnostic significance of derealization episodes in epilepsy. Materials and methods. The study involved 166 individuals (mean age 25.2 ± 9.2 yrs; 63.2% women). DV episodes were characterized and compared in groups of healthy volunteers (n = 139) and epilepsy pati(..)

DOI: 10.1515/joepi-2015-0003

Published Online: 15-April-2013

Sudden Unexpected Death In Epilepsy (SUDEP) – an update

Jerzy Majkowski

Introduction. SUDEP is not so rare event, unexplained, underused and underestimated. Its awareness has recently contributed to a number of initiatives for global action and clinical and experimental research. Aim. To undertake a literature review so as to update various aspects of SUDEP: pathophysiological mechanisms, potential markers for autonomic dysfunctions and risk factors, AEDs effects, non-AED management options, forensic/autopsy, patient-physician communications in patients with SUDEP r(..)

DOI: 10.1515/joepi-2015-0004

Published Online: 22-February-2013

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