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Q&A With James Wheless From the University of Tennessee: Bridging the Communication Gap Between Patients With Epilepsy And Physicians
A condition like epilepsy requires a successful working relationship between the patients and their health care professionals, including the ability to communicate effectively a recent study showed that that is an area of concern in the field.
Researchers say that patients using YouTube videos to obtain advice about their peripheral nerve pain are being misguided about half of the time.
Multiple sclerosis patients with histories of neuro-ophthalmic symptoms tend to perform poorly on neuropsychological tasks.
The longer a patient lives with epilepsy the more damage their brain can take from the countless seizures they endure. Recent research has shown that the condition can also cause a patient's brain to age beyond their years as a result of these seizures.
Treating epilepsy can be an effort in individualized medicine with different patients reacting differently to the various seizure medications available. Finding the right one can often determine a patient's quality of life moving forward after diagnosis.
Part of an ongoing series that takes a high-level look at the positions of the leading nominees for President when it comes to political issues potentially impacting physicians, this installment focuses on Donald Trump.
Part of an ongoing series that takes a high-level look at the positions of the leading nominees for President when it comes to political issues potentially impacting physicians, this installment focuses on Jeb Bush.
Sometimes when a patient with epilepsy has a seizure they may not even recognize it for any number of reasons. A device no bigger than a piece of gum which is being developed could help in that effort going forward.
Researchers plan study to assess whether intradiscal methylene blue injection (IMBI) could be effective in treating low back pain.

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