Revolutionising the diagnosis of epilepsy

A computer model developed by an Exeter professor is improving accuracy of diagnosis and enabling more people to live seizure-free.

A computer model for the diagnosis and prognosis of epilepsy will enable more people to live seizure free and with fewer side-effects. Developed by Exeter Professor John Terry and his team, the model will reduce the time people suspected as having epilepsy spend in clinic by 80% and improve the accuracy of diagnosis, providing much needed reassurance to people with epilepsy.

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