Non-invasive Cognitive Enhancement in Epilepsy.

Non-invasive Cognitive Enhancement in Epilepsy.
Related ArticlesNon-invasive Cognitive Enhancement in Epilepsy. Front Neurol. 2019;10:167 Authors: Jacobs CS, Willment KC, Sarkis RA Abstract Epilepsy patients frequently experience cognitive difficulties, particularly in the domains of memory, attention, and executive function. Despite the frequency of these difficulties among epilepsy patients, current strategies to treat cognitive dysfunction are limited. We performed a systematic review of controlled trials of non-invasive cognitive enhancement in epilepsy. We identified studies examining the efficacy of pharmacological agents, namely the acetylcholinesterase inhibitors donepezil and galantamine, the NMDA non-competitive antagonist memantine, and the stimulant methylphenidate, as well as non-invasive non-pharmacological transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and ... read more
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