Patients with brain tumor-related epilepsy (BTRE) suffer from two serious pathologies simultaneously a a brain tumor and a secondary form of epilepsy. Although there has been remarkable progress in BTRE research in recent years, it remains an on-going challenge for clinicians and continues to stimulate much debate in the scientific community. This volume is the first to be completely dedicated to BTRE, and in doing so it explores issues faced by the health care team as well as some of the novel and promising directions that future research may take. Epilepsy and Brain Tumors is not only a complete reference on BTRE but also a practical guide based on clinical experiences, with a comprehensive collection of presentations from international experts who share some of the latest discoveries and their approaches to tackling a wide range of difficult and complex issues. Includes coverage of epidemiology, pathology and treatment of both primary and metastatic brain tumors Offers additional insight into supportive care, incidence in children, focal epileptogenesis, clinical evaluation, antiepileptic drugs, surgical treatment, cognitive rehabilitation, and more Chapters authored and edited by leaders in the field around the globe a the broadest, most expert coverage availableGomes MPV, Deitcher SR. Diagnosis of venous thromboembolic .... Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. 4th ed. Washington, DC: American ... and recommendations for future research. J Natl Cancer Inst. 2002;94:558a584.
|Title||:||Epilepsy and Brain Tumors|
|Author||:||Herbert B. Newton, Marta Maschio|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2015-03-06|