This book describes the problems that epilepsy can cause for women such as during menstruation, pregnancy, childbearing and the menopause. It offers practical advice on the symptoms, diagnosis and management of epilepsy, providing an invaluable resource that enables women to take control of their health and to cope with their condition.Arteriovenous malformations These can occur anywhere in the brain and may be small or sometimes very large. ... They are often associated with epilepsy and, if found when the epilepsy is first diagnosed (they show up well on MRI scanning) their future management needs to be discussed with a neurosurgeon as it may beanbsp;...
|Title||:||Epilepsy in Women|
|Author||:||Tim Betts, Timothy Arnold Betts, Harriet Clarke|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2009|