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Patient Story

Epilepsy Surgery | Morgan's Story

Daily epileptic seizures were severely affecting Morgan’s quality of life as a teenager in middle school. Her family turned to pediatric neurosurgeon Shenandoah “Dody” Robinson at Johns Hopkins. The team located the spot in Morgan’s brain where the seizures were originating, and laser ablation surgery removed the lesion, leaving her seizure-free.

 

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The center has earned a Level 4 Center accreditation* by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC), which is the highest ranking NAEC provides and recognizes centers based on their expertise and capacity to provide a range of services to their patients.

 
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The Epilepsy Monitoring Unit

What to Expect When you Visit the EMU

Mackenzie Cervenka, M.D. and Sarah Kelley, M.D., co-directors of the Johns Hopkins Epilepsy Monitoring Unit, share details about the unit and its purpose, why patients are referred, and what happens after discharge.