- Neurological exam
- Blood tests. Your doctor may take a blood sample to check for signs of infections, electrolyte imbalance, anemia or diabetes, which can be associated with seizures.
- Electroencephalogram (EEG)
- Video EEG (VEEG): refers to EEG recording for a more or less prolonged period with simultaneous video recording of the clinical manifestations. Having a correlation of the recorded behavior (video) and the EEG activity, the diagnosis of seizures or non epileptic attacks can be made definitely in nearly all cases. EEG-video is the GOLD standard for the diagnosis.
- Computerized tomography (CT)
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) produce detailed images of your brain. MRIs can reveal brain abnormalities that could be causing your seizures.
- Neuropsychological tests
- Anti- convulsants
- Ketogenic diet
- Vagal nerve stimulation
- Epilepsy surgery
Clinic Experience & Patient stories
EpiClue is tertiary health facility serving around 5000 patients with epilepsy coming from all Governorates in Egypt in the past 23 years.
EpiClue aslo share in the ongoing global epilepsy research by publishing its experience in the most valuable epilepsy journals.