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Neonatal Epilepsy

What does neonatal epilepsy mean?

Seizures occurring in a newborn are often caused by lack of oxygen to the fetus during labor and delivery, which can occur because of:

  • Metabolic disorders
  • Infections
  • Developmental disorders
  • Trauma
  • Difficulties in delivery

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For more information about epilepsy and neonatal epilepsy or to consult with a doctor, request an appointment at the Epilepsy Center.

 

Scheduled for Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins?

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ONLINE SEMINAR: Epilepsy Surgery: Putting the Puzzle Together

Did you miss the online discussion with neurosurgeon William Anderson on epilepsy surgery? Dr. Anderson discusses treatment option for epilepsy and recent surgical advances that may offer help where medical management and medications have not.

Watch the recording here.

 

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