Synopsis by Alice Day
Epilepsy is not the debilitating disorder it used to be, as modern medication and surgical procedures alleviate symptoms and improve the quality of life for patients. Many epileptics do not suffer from major seizures, but even mild symptoms can be disruptive, and need attention. In Doctor Is In: Epilepsy, the progress of two patients following surgery is tracked. Advances in surgical techniques enable them to lead more normal lives. Dr. Gregory Holmes and Dr. Peter Williamson discuss procedures that are in use in modern hospitals.
disease, advice, doctor, coping, diagnosis, medical-treatment, epilepsy