Tag Archives: Epilepsy

Treating Women with Epilepsy

In this Medical Edge episode, Mayo Clinic Dr. Katherine Noe talks about why it’s sometimes necessary to treat epilepsy differently in women than in men. To listen, click the link below. Treating Women with Epilespy

Surgery for Epilepsy

In this Medical Edge Radio episode, Dr. Katherine Noe talks about when surgery may be appropriate treatment for epilepsy. To listen, click the link below. Epilepsy Surgery

Intracranial EEG for Epilespy

Epileptic seizures occur when a group of neurons in the brain produce their own rhythmic, supercharged electrical activity, different from what the brain needs or wants. For example, seizures that occur in the motor areas of the brain result in repeated, uncontrollable jerking motions. When these electrical jolts come from lesions or structural abnormalities in […]

What is Epilepsy

In this Medical Edge episode, Mayo Clinic Dr. Katherine Noe provides an overview of epilepsy. To listen, click the link below. What is Epilepsy-Noe

Epilepsy- Diagnosis, Surgery Volumes and Outcomes, and SISCOM

Dr. Gregory Cascino, a Mayo Clinic neurologist and epileptologist, describes Mayo Clinics approach to diagnosing and evaluating adult and pediatric epilepsy patients. Dr. Gregory Cascino describes Mayo Clinics surgical volumes and outcomes. Dr. Gregory Cascino describes SISCOM, an advanced imaging technology developed at Mayo Clinic. SISCOM precisely pinpoints seizure hot spots in patients with epilepsy, […]