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Frontal lobe epilepsy: Seizures of the brain

What is Frontal Lobe Epilepsy?When repeated seizures occur in the frontal lobes they are considered frontal lobe epilepsy.  Frontal lobe seizures usually take place during sleep. Frontal and temporal lobe...

Epilepsy symptoms in children: Epilepsy juvenile absence

What is Juvenile Absence Epilepsy?Its specific features and distinct EEG images characterize juvenile absence epilepsy. The disorder was first distinguished around the 1950s, and was officially classified as juvenile absence...

Bone marrow transplantation for Fanconi anemia

Fanconi Anemia ProblemsFanconi anemia is a genetic blood disorder, which is relatively prevalent in Ashkenazi Jews and Afrikaners affecting 1 in every 350, 000 live births. In addition, Fanconi anemia...

Yoga in Down syndrome: Adult lifestyle

Down syndrome is one of the most commonly seen congenital conditions, manifesting through a specific array of symptoms stemming from the presence of the third chromosome on the 21st one...

Life with seizures: Management plan for epilepsy

Overview of EpilepsyEpilepsy is a neurological disorder that produces repeated seizures or fits. In most cases epilepsy starts in childhood but it is not uncommon to develop it at a...

Tumors of the brain: Brain surgery

The brain is a mighty organ controlling all the functions in the body allowing all the organs to act according to the body's needs. Any damage to the brain's structure...