Q&A With Heath Pardoe From New York University: Measuring Brain Aging From Epilepsy Through Imaging

December 9, 2015
Adam Hochron

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.

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.

Heath Pardoe, PhD, from NYU Langone Medical Center discussed how this research can help physicans treat their patients during the annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society in Philadelphia.