Medication-overuse headache: finally, we have an intervention that works.

Headache. Common, painful, frustrating, exhausting- and that’s just what the neurologist feels when a headache patient walks in the room. The patients themselves are often at their wits end as headache, whatever the cause, is often functional incapacitating and can really ruin quality of life. Of all the headache types that are seen in neurology, […]

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Temozolomide reduces risk of seizures in low grade glioma!

Low grade gliomas are associated with a higher frequency of seizures.  While antieplipetic medications are utilized to reduced seizure frequency, in this issue of JNNP temozolomide was also associated with a a significant reduction in seizure frequency.  Perhaps temozolomide should be added to therapy of LGGs with intractable seizures.   Read more at http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/86/4/366.abstract   […]

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