COVID-19General interestAcademic/ScientificNeurology updatesTop Articles Neurology Update: Epilepsy & COVID-19 June 6, 2020 Seizures as a Feature of COVID-19 Seizures appear to be a rare feature of COVID-19. Avoiding unintentional antiseizure medicine withdrawal during the COVID-19 pandemic is a potential challenge for people with epilepsy. Please read the full update here. Neurology Update: Epilepsy & COVID-19 was last modified: June 10th, 2020 by EditorShare this...FacebookTwitterLinkedin 0 comment previous post EAN BrainChallenge 2020 next post Neurology Update: Epilepsy & COVID-19 You may also like EMA communication: ICH Good Clinical Practice Guidelines (ICH E6) – Open Comment Opportunity – Deadline: 1 November 2019 October 7, 2019 Pearls & Oysters: facial nerve palsy as a neurological manifestation of Covid-19 infection June 3, 2020 Observational Study of Hydroxychloroquine in Hospitalized Patients with Covid-19 May 19, 2020 COUNTRY OF THE MONTH: FRANCE May 1, 2020 Lisbon 2018: Which sessions you should not miss… May 1, 2018 Paper of the month: Influence of the appendix in Parkinson’s disease January 1, 2019 Interview with Teresinha Evangelista on the European Reference Networks – following the Meeting of the Rare Neurologic Diseases Task Force at EAN 2017 August 18, 2017 EAN Oslo 2019 – Congress Quiz February 28, 2019 Neurobiology of COVID-19 July 27, 2020 BREAKING NEWS: Guidance on Stroke Managment during COVID-19 Pandemic April 3, 2020 Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou need to be logged in to comment. Please login to MyEAN on top.