Epilepsy can show itself in many ways, including as episodes of giggling and laughing. An expert discusses the case of a then-nine-year old boy with such seizures, the danger they posed, and the novel way he was treated.
- Dr. Aria Fallah, Asst. Prof. of Neurosurgery, UCLA Geffen School of Med. and Mattel Children’s Hospital
Links for more information:
- Dr. Aria Fallah Profile on UCLA Geffen School of Medicine.
- Information on Gelastic and Dacrystic Seizures