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...ARTICLE IN BRIEFNew practice guidelines on SUDEP identify risk factors and incidence rates in adults and children with epilepsy.Figure. No caption available.Although sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP) is a

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Risk Factors | Incidence


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... said in interviews with Neurology Today.RISK FOR SUDEPAn estimated 0.05- to 1.0-percent of those with refractory epilepsy die of sudden unexplained death in epilepsy (SUDEP). About 30 to 40 percent of epilepsy patients

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Death, Sudden | Epilepsy


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.... They compared the brain tissue from 35 babies whose deaths were ruled to be the result of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) to five infants who died of known reasons and five other babies hospitalized with chronic...

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Sudden Infant Death


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...After 50 years of prescription use, stimulants used by children and adolescents carry a rare risk of sudden death, according to a study published online in advance of print June 15 in the American Journal of...

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Death, Sudden


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...ARTICLE IN BRIEFInvestigators reported that severely abnormal ECG findings correlated with sudden death in one-third of the patients with myotonic dystrophy in a large clinical trial.A large percentage of sudden deaths...

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Arrhythmias, Cardiac | Death, Sudden | Myotonic Dystrophy


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... defective sodium channels on nerves that could explain instances of epilepsy and of sudden death in patients with epilepsy (SUDEP).“The underlying mechanism of SUDEP is still unknown,” said Yunxiang Liao, PhD, a...

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Sodium Channels | Death, Sudden | Epilepsy


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... between cardiac problems and sudden unexplained death in epilepsy.Mice that express a mutated human gene for an ion channel show EKG abnormalities and epileptic brain activity, according to an Oct. 14 report published

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Death, Sudden | Epilepsy | Models, Animal


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... they found 20 percent of the subjects with FMD reported sudden cardiac death in the family. Research from two independent groups also points to a nearly 50 percent prevalence of FMD in those women who had spontaneous

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Intracranial Aneurysm | Fibromuscular Dysplasia


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... occur, with the possibility of sudden cardiac death. Potassium channel defects in the brain, notably in the hippocampus, have been associated with epileptic seizures.Different genetic mutations have been identified for ...

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Seizures


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...ARTICLE IN BRIEFResearchers reported that gene variants related to cardiac sudden death, long QT syndrome, and focal epilepsy were more prevalent in people who had died from sudden unexpected death in epilepsy than

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Death, Sudden | Epilepsy


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