A lifelong epilepsy patient, Clint was able to keep his seizures under control with medication until his late 20s. But when his seizures stopped responding to medications and threatened his quality of life, Clint sought the expertise of the specialists at the Barnes-Jewish and Washington University Comprehensive Epilepsy Center. Doctors monitored his seizures to determine the part of the brain that was causing them, and neurosurgeons performed a minimally-invasive surgery to remove that portion of Clint's brain. Since the surgery, Clint has been seizure-free.
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