Dr. Sell was originally a Pediatrician from Costa Rica. He worked in pediatric neurology and pediatric epilepsy at The Hospital for Sick Kids (HSC) in Toronto, from 2002-2006. He currently is with CHEO as a staff Neurologist. His is current research interests is with Angelman Syndrome.
Potential Benefit of Add-on Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol in Pediatric Drug-Resistant Epilepsy: A Case Series
Based on our experiences and reports in the literature, we propose that, in patients who fail management with an initial trial of high-dose CBD-focused therapy, there may be a role for add-on THC-focused formulations.
Characterization of physical literacy in children with chronic medical conditions compared with healthy controls: a cross-sectional study
Physical competence (motor skill, fitness) interventions, rather than motivation or education, are needed for these youth.
Tuberous sclerosis complex associated intracranial lesion found by antenatal ultrasound
Though there are no reports of sensitivity of neurosonography for the antenatal detection of intracranial abnormalities associated with TSC, our case suggests that antenatal ultrasound could be used as a screening modality for antenatal diagnosis of TSC.