Myrtle Beach Mayor John Rhodes who recently suffered a brain aneurysm and was sent to MUSC for a minimally invasive neuro-interventional treatment shared his story with WMBF news. MUSC is one of only two hospitals in South Carolina that are able to offer the minimally invasive treatment that saved Mayor Rhodes life. Learn more about the lifesaving . . . → Read More: Myrtle Beach Mayor Rhodes Promotes Awareness of Brain Aneurysms
According to the CDC epilepsy affects close to 2 million people in the United States and approximately 10% of all Americans will experience a seizure sometime during their life.
To learn more about epilepsy join the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), the South Carolina Advocates for Epilepsy (SAFE) and the South Carolina Stingrays for Epilepsy Awareness Night. . . . → Read More: Hockey Heroes for Epilepsy -Awareness Night at the Stingrays
November is epilepsy awareness month and MUSC’s Comprehensive Epilepsy Center is pleased to announce a new procedure, S-EEG that will improve surgical outcomes for epilepsy patients.
In patients with intractable focal epilepsy, surgery to remove the portion of the brain associated with the onset of the seizure can eliminate or greatly reduce the number of seizures a . . . → Read More: MUSC first in South Carolina to offer S-EEG testing for identifying the epileptogenic zone
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I am a 55 year old woman who had grand mal and complex partial seizures from when I was 24 until four years ago, when I had a left temporal lobectomy at MUSC. More than once after surgery I went through several tests with the neurologists at MUSC. I tried very . . . → Read More: Epilepsy Patient Shares Her Philosophy Following Treatment