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    Medical Reference Related to Epilepsy

    1. Tests Before Epilepsy Surgery

      Preparing for brain surgery to treat epileptic seizures requires several steps of preparation and testing. WebMD tells you what to expect.

    2. When Should I Call the Doctor About Epilepsy?

      WebMD explains the signs that you should call a doctor of 911 if you or a loved one has epilepsy.

    3. Stopping Your Epilepsy Treatment

      Can you stop taking your epilepsy medication? Find out from WebMD if you're a candidate.

    4. Epilepsy and Women

      Women with epilepsy need to take precautions in order to have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. WebMD tells you more.

    5. Seizure Safety and Prevention

      WebMD offers tips for staying safe if you have seizures.

    6. Epilepsy and Blood Testing

      WebMD explains the blood tests used in epilepsy diagnosis or treatment.

    7. Epilepsy and Lesionectomy

      WebMD explains lesionectomy, a brain surgery used to relieve seizures in people with epilepsy.

    8. Epilepsy and Extratemporal Cortical Resection

      WebMD explains extratemporal cortical resection, a brain surgery that can reduce or eliminate epileptic seizures.

    9. Epilepsy and the Electroencephalogram (EEG)

      WebMD explains how an electroencephalogram (EEG) can be used to diagnose epilepsy.

    10. Alternative Treatments for Epilepsy

      WebMD looks at various alternative treatments touted for epilepsy.

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