Epilepsy is a group of neurological diseases characterized by epileptic seizures.
Epileptic .... Epilepsy can have both genetic and acquired causes, with interaction
of these factors in many cases. ...
Heredity (genetics or the physical traits we get from our parents) plays an
important role in many cases of epilepsy.
Apr 17, 2015 ... There are of course all kinds of health problems that seem to occur more in
certain families, but epilepsy itself is not hereditary...
Genetic disorders can cause epilepsy alone, or can result in a syndrome with a
number of different effects on the organs and functions of the body, including ...
Will our kids get epilepsy?If there are chances with kids getting epilepsy, what is
the percentage? What can be done to determine whether it is hereditary or not?
Apr 15, 2016 ... While there are certain medical conditions that are associated with developing
epilepsy, you might wonder if this condition is inherited.
Aug 12, 2013 ... Neurologists and epilepsy researchers have discovered 329 random genetic
mutations associated with two of the most severe forms of ...
In Figure 1, pink bars represent chromosomes that are inherited from the ...
represent chromosomes inherited from the father. ... Is epilepsy a genetic
Is it hereditary? Epilepsy primarily affects children and young adults, although
anyone can get epilepsy at anytime. 20% of cases develop before the age of five,
Can people with epilepsy have a normal sex life ...a normal family life? ...
frequently, what is inherited is not the seizure disorder, but a susceptibility to