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100 1  Panayiotopoulos, C. P.|q(Chrysostomos P.) 
245 14 The atlas of epilepsies /|cC.P. Panayiotopoulos. 
260    New York ;|aLondon :|bSpringer,|c2010. 
300    1 online resource 
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505 00 |tAbsence Seizures --|tAbsence Status Epilepticus --
       |tAcetazolamide --|tAcute Symptomatic Epileptic Seizures -
       -|tAdvanced EEG Techniques in Epilepsies --|tAdverse Drug 
       Reactions of Antiepileptic Drugs --|tAlcohol and Illicit 
       Drug Abuse Associated with Epileptic Seizures --|tAngelman
       Syndrome --|tAntiepileptic Drug Management in Children --
       |tAntiepileptic Drug Prophylactic Treatment: Overview --
       |tAntiepileptic Drug Treatment in Adults with Focal 
       Epilepsies --|tAntiepileptic Drugs in the Treatment of 
       Psychiatric Disorders --|tAphasic Seizures --|tApproach of
       the European Medicines Agency in Development of 
       Antiepileptic Drugs --|tApproach of the Food and Drug 
       Administration in Development of Antiepileptic Drugs --
       |tAtonic Seizures --|tAtypical Benign Partial Epilepsy of 
       Childhood --|tAutoimmune Epilepsy --|tAutonomic Seizures -
       -|tAutonomic Status Epilepticus --|tAutosomal Dominant 
       Cortical Myoclonus and Epilepsy --|tAutosomal Dominant 
       Nocturnal Frontal Lobe Epilepsy. 
505 80 |tBenefits and Risks of Generic Substitution in Epilepsy 
       Management --|tBenign Childhood Epilepsy with 
       Centrotemporal Spikes --|tBenign Childhood Focal Seizures 
       and Related Epileptic Syndromes: Overview --|tBenign 
       Childhood Seizure Susceptibility Syndrome --|tBenign 
       Familial Neonatal Seizures --|tBenign Focal Seizures of 
       Adolescence --|tBenign Idiopathic Neonatal Seizures --
       |tBenign Infantile Seizures or Watanabe-Vigevano Syndrome 
       --|tBlood, Urine and CSF Tests for Epilepsies --|tBrain 
       Stimulation in Epilepsy --|tBrain Tumors and Epileptic 
       Seizures --|tCan Long-Term Employment Outcome of Adults 
       with Childhood-Onset Epilepsy be Predicted? Insights and 
       Issues --|tCarbamazepine --|tCardiac Effects of 
       Antiepileptic Drugs --|tCatamenial Epilepsy --|tChildhood 
       Absence Epilepsy --|tChromosome Disorders Associated with 
       Epileptic Seizures --|tClobazam --|tClonazepam --
       |tCognition and Epilepsy --|tCommon Psychiatric 
       Comorbidities in Epilepsy: Epidemiologic, Pathogenic and 
       Clinical Aspects --|tComorbidities in Epilepsies: Overview
       --|tComplimentary and Alternative Medicine for Epilepsy --
       |tCo-registration of MRI and PET in Epilepsies. 
505 80 |tCorticosteroid Therapy and Other Non-AED Treatments in 
       Epilepsy --|tCriteria for Referral to Epilepsy Surgery --
       |tCurative Surgery for Epilepsy --|tDefinitions and 
       Classifications of Epilepsies: Overview --|tDentatorubral-
       Pallidoluysian Atrophy --|tDiastat --|tDiazepam --
       |tDoctors, the Pharmaceutical Industry and Ethics --
       |tDravet Syndrome --|tDrug to Drug Interactions of AEDs: 
       II. Interactions Between AEDs and Non-AEDs --|tDrug to 
       Drug Interactions of Antiepileptic Drugs (AEDs): I. 
       Interactions Between AEDs --|tDrug to Drug Interactions of
       Antiepileptic Drugs: Mechanisms of Interaction and 
       Management Strategies --|tDrug Treatment of Epilepsy: are 
       Newer Drugs More Effective than Older Ones? --
       |tDyscognitive Seizures --|tEarly Myoclonic Encephalopathy
       --|tEducational Aspects of Epilepsy --
       |tElectroencephalography in Epilepsies: Overview --
       |tEpidemiology of Epilepsies in Developed Countries --
       |tEpidemiology of Epilepsies in Resource-poor Countries --
       |tEpidemiology of Epilepsies: Overview --|tEpilepsia 
       Partialis Continua of Kozhevnikov --|tEpilepsies --
       |tEpilepsies Associated with Malformations of Cortical 
       Development and Inborn Errors of Metabolism. 
505 80 |tEpilepsies in Children --|tEpilepsies in Girls and Women
       --|tEpilepsies in Patients with Disabilities --
       |tEpilepsies in the Elderly --|tEpilepsy and Bone Health -
       -|tEpilepsy and Driving --|tEpilepsy and the Law --
       |tEpilepsy, Sports and Every Day Life --|tEpilepsy with 
       Generalized Tonic-Clonic Seizures Only --|tEpilepsy with 
       Myoclonic Absences --|tEpilepsy with Myoclonic-Astatic 
       Seizures --|tEpileptic Drop Attacks --|tEpileptic 
       Encephalopathies in Infancy and Early Childhood: Overview 
       --|tEpileptic Encephalopathy with Continuous Spike- and- 
       Wave During Sleep --|tEpileptic Seizures --|tEpileptic 
       Seizures Imitating Nonepileptic Paroxysmal Events --
       |tEpileptic Seizures: Overview --|tEpileptic Spasms --
       |tEpileptic Syndromes --|tEpileptogenesis After Ischemic-
       Hypoxic Encephalopathy --|tEpileptogenesis After Traumatic
       Brain Injury --|tEpileptogenesis and Animal Models of 
       Epilepsies: Overview --|tEpileptogenesis and Brain Tumors 
       --|tEpileptogenesis and Cortical Dysplasias --
       |tEpileptogenesis and Febrile Seizures --|tEpileptogenic 
       Channelopathies --|tEslicarbazepine Acetate --
505 80 |tEtiology and Pathology of Epilepsies: Overview --
       |tExcitation/Inhibition Interactions and Seizures: the 
       Brain's Lifelong Balancing Act --|tFactors Modulating 
       Seizure Susceptibility --|tFamilial Focal Epilepsy with 
       Variable Foci --|tFamilial Lateral Temporal Lobe Epilepsy 
       --|tFamilial Mesial Temporal Lobe Epilepsy --|tFebrile 
       Seizures --|tFebrile Status Epilepticus --|tFelbamate --
       |tFixation-off Sensitivity --|tFocal Clonic Seizures --
       |tFocal Hyperkinetic Seizures --|tFocal Inhibitory 
       Seizures --|tFocal Myoclonic Seizures --|tFocal Seizures 
       with Auditory Hallucinations --|tFocal Seizures with 
       Gustatory Hallucinations --|tFocal Seizures with Olfactory
       Hallucinations --|tFocal Seizures with Visual 
       Hallucinations --|tFocal Somatosensory Seizures --|tFocal 
       Status Epilepticus --|tFocal Tonic Seizures --|tFocal 
       Vertiginous Seizures --|tFrontal Lobe Epilepsies --
       |tFunctional Brain Imaging in Epilepsies --|tGabapentin --
       |tGelastic Seizures --|tGeneralized Clonic Seizures --
       |tGeneralized Epilepsy with Febrile Seizures Plus (GEFS+) 
       --|tGeneralized Myoclonic Seizures. 
505 80 |tGeneralized Myoclonic Status Epilepticus --|tGeneralized
       Tonic Seizures --|tGeneralized Tonic Status Epilepticus --
       |tGeneralized Tonic-Clonic Seizures --|tGeneralized Tonic-
       Clonic Status Epilepticus --|tGenetic Animal Models of 
       Epileptic Seizures --|tGreat Achievers Amongst People with
       Epilepsy Through History --|tHemiconvulsion-Hemiplegia-
       Epilepsy Syndrome --|tHistorical Aspects of Epilepsy: 
       Overview --|tHistory, Physical and Mental Examination and 
       Assessment for Epilepsies --|tHormones and Epilepsy --
       |tHot Water Epilepsy --|tHypothalamic Hamartoma with 
       Gelastic Seizures --|tIctal EEG --|tIdiopathic Childhood 
       Occipital Epilepsy of Gastaut --|tIdiopathic Epileptic 
       Seizures and Syndromes in Infancy: Overview --|tIdiopathic
       Generalized Epilepsies, Reflex Epilepsies and Autosomal 
       Dominant Focal Epilepsies: Overview --|tIdiopathic 
       Photosensitive Occipital Lobe Epilepsy --|tImitators of 
       Epileptic Seizures: Basic Principles on How to Distinguish
       Them --|tImitators of Epileptic Seizures: Overview --
       |tImpact of Epilepsies: Overview --|tInduced and Acquired 
       Epileptogenicity in Animal Models --|tInfectious Disorders
       of the Central Nervous System and Epileptic Seizures. 
505 80 |tInterictal EEG --|tIntroduction to Neuronal Excitability
       and Pathophysiology of Seizures: Overview --|tJeavons 
       Syndrome --|tJuvenile Absence Epilepsy --|tJuvenile 
       Myoclonic Epilepsy --|tKozhevnikov-Rasmussen Syndrome --
       |tLacosamide --|tLafora Disease --|tLamotrigine --|tLandau
       -Kleffner Syndrome --|tLateral Temporal Lobe Epilepsies --
       |tLennox-Gastaut Syndrome --|tLevetiracetam --|tLorazepam 
       --|tMagnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in Epilepsies --
       |tMagnetoencephalography in Epilepsies --|tMalignant 
       Migrating Partial Seizures in Infancy --|tManagement of 
       Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsies --|tManagement of 
       Myoclonus --|tManagement of the Benign Focal Epilepsies of
       Childhood --|tMedical Aspects of the History of Epilepsy -
       -|tMesial Temporal Epilepsy due to Etiologies Other than 
       Hippocampal Sclerosis --|tMesial Temporal Lobe Epilepsy 
       with Hippocampal Sclerosis --|tMetabolic and Electrolyte 
       Disorders Associated with Epileptic Seizures --|tMidazolam
       --|tMigraine, Migralepsy and Basilar Migraine --|tMimics 
       of Epileptic Seizures in Neonates and Young Infants --
       |tMolecular Genetic Tests for Epilepsies --|tMortality in 
505 80 |tMyoclonic Epilepsy in Infancy --|tMyoclonic Status 
       Epilepticus in Nonprogressive Encephalopathy --|tMyoclonus
       Epilepsy with Ragged-Red Fibers --|tNeonatal Epileptic 
       Syndromes: Overview --|tNeonatal Seizures --|tNeuroimaging
       in Epilepsies: Overview --|tNeuropathology of Inherited 
       Metabolic Disorders Associated with Seizures --
       |tNeurotransmitters, Ions, Their Receptors and Channels --
       |tNewest AEDs: Brivaracetam, Carisbamate and Retigabine --
       |tNitrazepam --|tNonepileptic Paroxysmal Events Occurring 
       During Sleep and Sleep Disorders --|tNonepileptic 
       Paroxysmal Movement Disorders --|tNonepileptic Severe 
       Amnesic and Confusional Attacks --|tNon-Pharmacological 
       Treatments for Epilepsies: Overview --|tOccipital Lobe 
       Epilepsies --|tOhtahara Syndrome --|tOther Neuroimaging 
       Methods in Epilepsies: Brain Optical Imaging and More --
       |tOther Phenotypes of Benign Childhood Seizure 
       Susceptibility Syndrome --|tOther Possible Familial Focal 
       Epilepsies Not Yet Recognized by the ILAE --|tOther 
       Probable Syndromes of Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsies --
       |tOther Progressive Myoclonic Epilepsies --|tOutcome of 
       Epilepsy Surgery. 
505 80 |tOxcarbazepine --|tPalliative Surgery for Epilepsy --
       |tPanayiotopoulos Syndrome --|tParasomnias in Early 
       Childhood that Mimic Epileptic Seizures --|tParietal Lobe 
       Epilepsy --|tPathophysiology of Absence Seizures --
       |tPathophysiology of Antiepileptic Drug Refractoriness --
       |tPathophysiology of Catastrophic Epileptic Syndromes --
       |tPathophysiology of Generalized Tonic-Clonic Seizures --
       |tPathophysiology of Limbic Epileptic Seizures --
       |tPathophysiology of Myoclonic Seizures --
       |tPathophysiology of Neocortical Epileptic Seizures --
       |tPathophysiology of Reflex Epileptic Seizures --
       |tPathophysiology of Status Epilepticus: Experimental Data
       --|tPathophysiology of Status Epilepticus: Human Data --
       |tPathophysiology of Termination of Seizures --|tPattern-
       sensitive Epilepsy --|tPharmacoeconomics of Epilepsy 
       Treatment --|tPharmacoepidemiology and Antiepileptic Drugs
       --|tPharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics in Epilepsies --
       |tPharmacological Properties of Antiepileptic Drugs and 
       Their Significance in Clinical Practice --|tPharmacopoeia 
       of Antiepileptic Drugs: Overview --|tPhenobarbital and 
       Other Barbiturates. 
505 80 |tPhenytoin and Other Hydantoins --|tPhotosensitivity, 
       Epileptic Seizures and Epileptic Syndromes --|tPolygraphic
       Recording of Epileptic Seizures --|tPositron Emission 
       Tomography (PET) in Epilepsies --|tPregabalin --
       |tPregnancy Registries in Epilepsies --|tPresurgical 
       Evaluation and Work-Up for Epilepsy --|tPrimary Reading 
       Epilepsy --|tPrimidone --|tPrinciples of Antiepileptic 
       Drug Therapy --|tProgressive Myoclonic Epilepsies: 
       Overview --|tProlonged EEG Monitoring in Epilepsies --
       |tPsychogenic Nonepileptic Events Imitating Epileptic 
       Seizures --|tPsychological and Behavioral Issues of 
       Antiepileptic Drug Prophylactic Treatment --
       |tPsychological Therapies in Epilepsy --|tPsychosocial 
       Impact of Epilepsy in Children and Family --|tQuality of 
       Life in People with Epilepsy --|tReflex Seizures --
       |tRehabilitation for Individuals with Epilepsy --
       |tRufinamide --|tSecondary Generalization of Focal Onset 
       Seizures --|tSeizure Prediction and Management 
       Implications --|tSeizures Induced by Thinking and Praxis. 
505 80 |tSevere Neocortical Epileptic Syndromes in Infancy and 
       Childhood: Overview --|tSex Steroids in the Treatment of 
       Epilepsy --|tSialidoses (Types I and II) --|tSingle Photon
       Emission Computed Tomography in Epilepsies --
       |tSociocultural History of Epilepsy --|tStartle Epilepsy -
       -|tStatus Epilepticus: Overview --|tStigma and 
       Discrimination in Epilepsy --|tStiripentol --|tSubjective 
       Paroxysmal Nonepileptic Symptoms --|tSulthiame --
       |tSymptomatic and Cryptogenic Focal Epilepsies: Overview -
       -|tSyncopal Attacks --|tTeratogenicity and Pregnancy: 
       Prophylactic Treatment of Epilepsy with Antiepileptic 
       Drugs --|tThe Assessment of Antiepileptic Drugs: 
       Randomized Controlled Trials, Regulation, Clinical 
       Guidelines and Anecdotal Assessment --|tThe Comorbidity of
       Epilepsy: Epidemiology, Mechanisms and Consequences --
       |tThe Epilepsy Treatment Gap: Industrialized and Resource-
       poor Countries --|tThe Functional and Structural Impact of
       Epileptic Seizures on the Adult Brain --|tThe Functional 
       and Structural Impact of Epileptic Seizures on the 
       Developing Brain. 
505 80 |tThe Impact of Epilepsy on Women --|tThe Ketogenic Diet 
       in Epilepsies --|tThe Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses --
       |tThe Pharmacological Treatment of Epilepsy in the Elderly
       --|tThe Pharmacological Treatment of Epilepsy in Women --
       |tThe Pharmacological Treatment of Patients with Epilepsy 
       and Learning Difficulties --|tThe Use of Antiepileptic 
       Drugs in Newly Diagnosed Epilepsy --|tTherapeutic Drug 
       Monitoring of Antiepileptic Drugs --|tTiagabine --
       |tTopiramate --|tTranscranial Magnetic Stimulation in 
       Epilepsy --|tTraumatic Brain Injury and Epileptic Seizures
       --|tTreatment of Comorbid Psychiatric Disorders in 
       Epilepsy: A Review of Practical Strategies --|tTreatment 
       of Drug Resistant Epilepsy --|tTreatment of Status 
       Epilepticus --|tTypes of Surgical Treatment for Epilepsy -
       -|tUnverricht-Lundborg Disease (EPM1) --|tUse of 
       Antiepileptic Medications and Pseudo-seizures --
       |tValproate --|tVigabatrin --|tWest Syndrome --|tX-ray 
       Computed Tomography in Epilepsies --|tZonisamide. 
520    Atlas of Epilepsies is a landmark, all-encompassing, 
       illustrated reference work and hands-on guide to the 
       diagnosis, management and treatment of epilepsy in all its
       forms and across all age groups. The premier text in the 
       field with over one thousand images, the Atlas's highly 
       illustrative approach tackles the difficult subject of 
       epileptic seizures and epileptic syndromes, accompanied by
       sequential photographs of each management step. 
       Intraoperative photographs are accompanied by detailed 
       figure legends describing nuances, subtleties, and the 
       thought processes involved in each step, providing a 
       fuller understanding of each procedure. The Atlas draws on
       the expertise of over 300 internationally-renowned experts,
       and is liberally interspersed with clinical insights and 
       personal vignettes that offer helpful tips, technical 
       advice and critical knowledge to the clinician and 
       scholar. The thorough and complete table of contents 
       includes dedicated sections or chapters on important 
       topics such as neonatal and pediatric seizures; imitators 
       of epilepsy; EEG and neuroimaging; psychiatric and quality
       of life aspects of epilepsy; and a complete guide to 
       treatment options including current and up-to-date 
       chapters on pharmaceuticals, surgical procedures, and 
       additional and alternative treatments. No other 
       publication addresses epilepsies as thoroughly and 
       completely as the Atlas of Epilepsies. Exhaustive and 
       illustrative, convenient and current, this reference is 
       sure to be the premier text on epilepsy for many years to 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Epilepsy|vAtlases. 
650  0 Epilepsy|xDiagnosis|vAtlases. 
650  0 Epilepsy|xTreatment|vAtlases. 
650  2 Epilepsy. 
650  7 Medecine.|2eclas 
650  7 Epilepsy.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00914183 
650  7 Epilepsy|xDiagnosis.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00914189 
650  7 Epilepsy|xTreatment.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00914204 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aPanayiotopoulos, C.P. (Chrysostomos P.).
       |tAtlas of epilepsies.|dNew York ; London : Springer, 2010
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