Roberto Caraballo mainly focuses on Epilepsy, Pediatrics, Ketogenic diet, Status epilepticus and Anesthesia. His work on Landau–Kleffner syndrome as part of general Epilepsy research is frequently linked to GRIN2A, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Pediatrics research includes themes of Central nervous system disease, Surgery, West Syndrome and Age of onset.
His work deals with themes such as Discontinuation, Dravet syndrome, Tolerability, Adverse effect and Family medicine, which intersect with Ketogenic diet. He interconnects Internal medicine and Rolandic epilepsy, Electroencephalography in the investigation of issues within Status epilepticus. His work is dedicated to discovering how Anesthesia, Prospective cohort study are connected with Vomiting and other disciplines.
His primary scientific interests are in Epilepsy, Pediatrics, Electroencephalography, Anesthesia and Ketogenic diet. His Epilepsy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tolerability, Encephalopathy and Surgery. His Pediatrics study which covers Epileptic spasms that intersects with Cortical dysplasia.
While the research belongs to areas of Electroencephalography, he spends his time largely on the problem of Psychomotor learning, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Neurological examination. In his research, Epileptic encephalopathy is intimately related to Refractory, which falls under the overarching field of Anesthesia. His research in Ketogenic diet intersects with topics in Dravet syndrome, Drug Resistant Epilepsy, Refractory epilepsy, Intensive care medicine and Prospective cohort study.
His primary areas of investigation include Epilepsy, Pediatrics, Ketogenic diet, Electroencephalography and Intensive care medicine. His Epilepsy research integrates issues from Tolerability, Discontinuation and Etiology. His work carried out in the field of Pediatrics brings together such families of science as Epileptic spasms, Adverse effect, Lennox–Gastaut syndrome, Valproic Acid and Prospective cohort study.
His Ketogenic diet study also includes fields such as
His primary areas of study are Epilepsy, Ketogenic diet, Pediatrics, Intensive care medicine and Discontinuation. Roberto Caraballo studies Refractory epilepsy which is a part of Epilepsy. His Ketogenic diet research includes elements of Drug Resistant Epilepsy, Intractable epilepsy and Neurological disorder.
Roberto Caraballo has included themes like Tolerability, Gastrointestinal tract, Paediatric patients, Parenteral nutrition and Epilepsy syndromes in his Pediatrics study. His Intensive care medicine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Clinical trial, Status epilepticus and Landau–Kleffner syndrome. His Discontinuation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Guideline, Adverse effect, Childhood epilepsy and Protocol.
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Optimal clinical management of children receiving the ketogenic diet: Recommendations of the International Ketogenic Diet Study Group
Eric H. Kossoff;Beth A. Zupec-Kania;Per E. Amark;Karen R. Ballaban-Gil.
Mutations in GRIN2A cause idiopathic focal epilepsy with rolandic spikes
Johannes R Lemke;Dennis Lal;Eva M Reinthaler;Isabelle Steiner.
Nature Genetics (2013)
Optimal clinical management of children receiving dietary therapies for epilepsy: Updated recommendations of the International Ketogenic Diet Study Group
Eric H. Kossoff;Beth A. Zupec‐Kania;Stéphane Auvin;Karen R. Ballaban‐Gil.
Epilepsia Open , 3 (2) pp. 175-192. (2018) (2018)
Mutations in the Gene PRRT2 Cause Paroxysmal Kinesigenic Dyskinesia with Infantile Convulsions
Hsien Yang Lee;Yong Huang;Yong Huang;Nadine Bruneau;Patrice Roll.
Cell Reports (2012)
Atypical evolutions of benign localization-related epilepsies in children: are they predictable?
Natalio Fejerman;Roberto Caraballo;Silvia N. Tenembaum.
GRIN2B mutations in West syndrome and intellectual disability with focal epilepsy.
Johannes R Lemke;Rik Hendrickx;Kirsten Geider;Bodo Laube.
Annals of Neurology (2014)
Panayiotopoulos syndrome: a consensus view
Colin Ferrie;Roberto Caraballo;Athanasios Covanis;Veysi Demirbilek.
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology (2006)
Ketogenic Diet in Patients with Dravet Syndrome
Roberto Horacio Caraballo;Ricardo Oscar Cersósimo;Diego Sakr;Araceli Cresta.
Linkage of benign familial infantile convulsions to chromosome 16p12-q12 suggests allelism to the infantile convulsions and choreoathetosis syndrome
Roberto Caraballo;Sylvana Pavek;Arnaud Lemainque;Marguerite Gastaldi.
American Journal of Human Genetics (2001)
Autonomic status epilepticus in panayiotopoulos syndrome and other childhood and adult epilepsies: A consensus view
Colin D. Ferrie;Roberto Caraballo;Athanasios Covanis;Veysi Demirbilek.
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