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US FDA approves Nusinersen - The first treatment for SMA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Biogen's SPINRAZA™ (nusinersen) un...
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Prof. Dieter Janz [1920-2016]

Prof. Dieter Janz, Berlin, an iconic figure in the history of epileptology has passed away on D...
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ICNA needs your support

Dear colleagues, We are writing today to ask for your support for the International Child Neurology Association (ICNA) and its activities.  http://www.icnapedia.orgThe work that ICNA performs is entirely financed from funds raised.  Membership is now free and has grown considerably to over 2,000 members since we implemented this policy in 2012.  Strategic aims of the ICNA Helping and supporting colleagues from resource poor regions to elevate standards in the clinical practice of child neurology and neurodisability internationally.  ICNA has ambitious plans to advance this cause through increased educational programs in resource poor countries. The International Child Neurology biennial congresses (ICNC) are on...
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Professor Brian Neville 1939-2016

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Brian Neville, formerly Professor of Paediatric Neurology at UCL Institute of Child Health, London 1989-2004, and The Prince of Wales’s Chair of Childhood Epilepsy 2004-2007, in the early hours of 14th December 2016. He had battled ill health over a long period of time.As the first Chair of Paediatric Neurology in the UK, he set up the first academic department of Paediatric Neurology and Neurodisability at Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Institute of Child Health (later UCL-ICH). He wrote the training programmes for Paediatric Neurology for Europe and the...
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Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) to locate epileptogenic abnormalities not detected by 3T MRI

(A) FA decrease in patient group with right-sided FCD. (B) FA decrease in patient group with left-sided FCD. (C) FA decrease in the analysis of patients with left and right-sided lesions altogether after flipping the MRIs with right-sided FCD lesions. The yellow/red voxel indicated brain regions where the FA was significantly reduced in patients with focal epilepsy when compared to controls. Front. Neurol., 26 July 2012 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fneur.2012.00121
In research presented at the 2016 American Epilepsy Society annual meeting in Houston U...
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4th European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC 2018)