Tag Archives: Epilepsy

Involve the Palliative Care Team Early

Here’s a sad story about a family’s struggle with their young son’s fatal ordeal with New Onset Refractory Status Epilepticus (NORSE). NORSE is basically super-refractory status absent an obvious precipitating injury such as encephalitis. The main theme in this account is … Continue reading

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Epilepsy Drug Trials

Dr. Beinlich has remarked that it is easy to remember the 50% responder rates for new seizure medications: they are always between 30-40%. I was thinking about this observation and I decided to look into a little more. I found … Continue reading

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Epilepsy with a Twist

Great NEJM case here.

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