A new hope for surgical epilepsy patients: a new technique increases the chance of seizure freedom and may spare patients risks and invasive procedures

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Story update June 19, 2018: Follow the story at Yale News : 

https://news.yale.edu/2018/06/19/new-technique-fine-tunes-treatment-severe-epilepsy-cases

For Immediate Release: June, 14, 2018

A new hope for surgical epilepsy patients:  a new technique increases the chance of complete seizure freedom and may spare the patients, risks and invasive procedures

 

New Haven, Connecticut. A recent study published in JAMA Neurologyon June 11, 2018 showed that

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The Course in Human Brain Mapping

Date 2/21/17

For immediate release 

New Haven, Conn.

The Human Brain Mapping Program offers a 1- year fellowship that involves  i. Course on theoretical aspects of electrical cortical stimulation and electrocorticography ii. Workshops on EEG and image processing iii. Clinical Observership in mapping and intracranial EEG iv. Mentoring in research and manuscript writing

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Course details (held biweekly)

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A Brain Surgery Frees a Patient from Seizures

Date 11/17/16

For immediate release 

New Haven, Conn.

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When the medication prescribed to treat her epilepsy didn’t work, she sought the advice of Yale Medicine neurosurgeon Dennis Spencer, MD, who suggested a brain surgery that would implant electrodes to target the site of the seizure. 

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