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    Antiepileptic medicine tips for parents 3066

    This sheet discusses how to give medicines to help prevent seizures.

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    Antiepileptic medicine tips for parents (Spanish)

    This sheet discusses how to give medicines to help prevent seizures.

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    Arachnoid cysts 1453

    Discusses symptoms and treatment of arachnoid cysts, which are fluid-filled sacs in the arachnoid layer around the brain or the spinal cord.

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    Arachnoid cysts (Spanish)

    Discusses symptoms and treatment of arachnoid cysts, which are fluid-filled sacs in the arachnoid layer around the brain or the spinal cord.

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    Craniosynostosis 1332

    A baby's skull has several bones that have spaces between them to allow the brain to grow. If one or more of these spaces close too early, the shape of the skull and face can be altered and it may cause problems with brain growth. This may need surgery to be corrected.

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    Craniosynostosis (Spanish)

    A baby's skull has several bones that have spaces between them to allow the brain to grow. If one or more of these spaces close too early, the shape of the skull and face can be altered and it may cause problems with brain growth. This may need surgery to be corrected.

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    Electroencephalogram (EEG) 1310

    The EEG shows the doctor how your child's brain is working. It picks up tiny electrical impulses in the brain. Find out about the procedure here.

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    Electroencephalogram (EEG) (Spanish)

    The EEG shows the doctor how your child's brain is working. It picks up tiny electrical impulses in the brain. Find out about the procedure here.

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    Epilepsy surgery: Functional hemispherectomy 3029

    A functional hemispherectomy is a surgery done to treat epilepsy. Learn how this is done and how to help your child after the surgery.

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    Essential tremor (1685)

    A tremor is when a muscle contracts and cannot be controlled. It causes shaking movements of one or more parts of the body. It is a nerve condition. It affects each person differently.

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