In this section, a list of video teaching courses are available. These are short educational videos on specific aspects of semiology of epileptic seizures and electroclinical features of epilepsy syndromes. Accompanying each video is a brief description.
Submission of video teaching material is welcomed. The structure should be conceived for educational purposes and the video material must be of high quality. Alongside the video material, authors should submit an abstract summarising the main message of the video teaching course, as well as the titles of the sequences included and corresponding key words (see Author Guidelines). This video document will be available on the journal web site. It is recommended to contact the Editor-in-Chief before the preparation of a video teaching course.
Submit your Video Teaching Course via the Epileptic Disorders submission platform: mc.manuscriptcentral.com/epilepticdisorders, under the manuscript type Multimedia Teaching Material.
Volume 21, issue 5, October 2019
Volume 21, issue 4, August 2019
Brainstem lesion causing paroxysmal ataxia, dysarthria, diplopia and hemifacial spasm (PADDHS)
Enrico Ferrante, Maria Raffaella Marazzi, Michele Trimboli, Davide Dalla Costa, Cristina Erminio, Lino Nobili
Volume 17, issue 1, March 2015
Volume 7, issue 1, March 2005
A semiological classification of status epilepticus
Sabine Rona, Felix Rosenow, Stephan Arnold, Mar Carreño, Beate Diehl, Alois Ebner, Brita Fritsch, Hajo M Hamer, Hans Holthausen, Susanne Knake, Bernd Kruse, Soheyl Noachtar, Tom Pieper, Ingrid Tuxhorn, Hans O Lüders
Volume 6, issue 1, March 2004
Anoxic‐epileptic seizures: home video recordings of epileptic seizures induced by syncopes
John Stephenson, Galen Breningstall, Chris Steer, Martin Kirkpatrick, Iain Horrocks, Alla Nechay, Sameer Zuberi