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2.  Epilepsy and Parent Stress: The Chicken and the Egg Dilemma 
Epilepsy Currents  2015;15(1):13-14.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-15.1.13
PMCID: PMC4320948
6.  Can We Screen EEGs More Efficiently? Spectrographic Review of EEG Data 
Epilepsy Currents  2015;15(1):24-25.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-15.1.24
PMCID: PMC4320952
7.  Neurology 101: Infertility in Epilepsy – Where Is the Lesion? 
Epilepsy Currents  2015;15(1):26-27.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-15.1.26
PMCID: PMC4320953
9.  Seizures Worsen Stroke Outcome: New Evidence From a Large Sample 
Epilepsy Currents  2015;15(1):30-31.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-15.1.30
PMCID: PMC4320955
11.  Optogenetics and Epilepsy: Past, Present and Future 
Epilepsy Currents  2015;15(1):34-38.
The holy grail of epilepsy research is to understand the mechanisms underlying seizures so that patients with epilepsy can receive effective treatment or be cured, ideally with no significant side effects. Recent advances in neuroscience give such hope. Optogenetics is a modern neuroscience research tool that allows precise spatiotemporal control of defined cells and circuits and, thus, dissection of critical players and targeting them for responsive treatments. Here we review the state of the art of these approaches and their applications and implications in epilepsy research.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-15.1.34
PMCID: PMC4320957
12.  Nrf2 to the Rescue 
Epilepsy Currents  2015;15(1):39-40.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-15.1.39
PMCID: PMC4320958
13.  Region-Specific MRI T2 Relaxation Times Predict Epileptogenesis 
Epilepsy Currents  2015;15(1):41-42.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-15.1.41
PMCID: PMC4320959
15.  Net Worth of Networks: Specificity in Anticonvulsant Action 
Epilepsy Currents  2015;15(1):45-46.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-15.1.45
PMCID: PMC4320961
17.  Complex Genetic Interactions in a Mouse Model of Absence Epilepsy 
Epilepsy Currents  2015;15(1):50-51.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-15.1.50
PMCID: PMC4320963
18.  One Ring to Dissolve Them All 
Epilepsy Currents  2015;15(1):52-53.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-15.1.52
PMCID: PMC4320964
20.  Partners Against Mortality in Epilepsy Conference Summary 
Epilepsy Currents  2014;14(Suppl 6):14-31.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-14.s6.14
PMCID: PMC4242516  PMID: 25484628
21.  Epilepsy Is Not Resolved 
Epilepsy Currents  2014;14(6):339-340.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-14.6.339
PMCID: PMC4325583
22.  Re: “Sticks and Stones” by Joseph I. Sirven 
Epilepsy Currents  2014;14(6):322.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-14.6.322
PMCID: PMC4325584
23.  Lennox-Lombroso Lecture, 2013: Psychiatric Comorbidities Through the Life of the Seizure Disorder: A Complex Relation With a Not So Complex Solution 
Epilepsy Currents  2014;14(6):323-328.
Psychiatric comorbidities are relatively frequent in people with epilepsy, occurring in one of every three patients, with mood and anxiety disorders predominating. They are the expression of a complex interaction between a previous psychiatric history (and/or genetic predisposition for psychiatric disorder), neurobiologic changes associated with the underlying epilepsy, peri-ictal phenomena, iatrogenic and reactive processes. Furthermore, a bidirectional relation between psychiatric disorders and epilepsy has added another level of complexity, while at the same time opening an opportunity of the recognition of potential pathogenic mechanisms that are responsible for the high comorbid occurrence of these disorders. This article highlights the clinical implications of understanding the course of psychiatric comorbidities relative to the onset of the seizure disorder to minimize their risk of recurrence and their interference in the management of the seizure disorder.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-14.6.323
PMCID: PMC4325585
25.  Consciousness in Focal Seizures: Either You're In or You're Out 
Epilepsy Currents  2014;14(6):332-333.
doi:10.5698/1535-7597-14.6.332
PMCID: PMC4325587

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