According to a study published Friday, perinitoneal lines were first discovered by Italian neurobiologist Camille Golgie in 1893, but their role was not known until the Carilian Institution at Virginia State University in Virginia. brain electrical impulses regulating.
When these cancers are removed, epileptic seizures may occur because they are found in the brain with very aggressive brain tumors called glioblastoma.
This is a single malignant tumor that is limited by skull tissue. Therefore, it produces a large number of neurotransmitters called glucate, which kills the cells, which allows tumors to grow.
Scientists in Virginia have also found that tumors can bite epileptic seizures by contracting the mesh cells and making the regulation of electrical pulses in the brain difficult.
Researcher of epilepsy The results of a group led by Steven White, biologist Harald Altemimer, may refer to other types of epilepsy purchased.
"This study promotes the development and progression of epilepsy, which reduces the risk of patients," he said.
According to the World Health Organization, more than 50 million people worldwide suffer from epilepsy, and one third of patients do not respond to current treatments.