A new study identifies a receptor which could be key to preventing epilepsy following a prolonged period of seizures.
Researchers have identified a new and more accurate way to determine which portions of the brain suffer from epilepsy. The information could provide patients and doctors with better information as to whether temporal lobe surgery will provide the best treatment outcome.
Functional connectivity problems associated with temporal lobe epilepsy appear to improve after surgery.
According to a new study, epileptic patients brains send signals that create empty memories in the period of time between seizures and normalcy.
Study reveals both similarities and differences in how the left and right sides of the brain process semantic memory.
Researchers report mice with epilepsy have alterations in neural pattern activity in an area of the brain that controls the reproductive endocrine system.
Researchers have implicated mossy cells in both seizures and memory problems in those with temporal lobe epilepsy.