Located on the beachfront along the famous Barceloneta boardwalk.
New broad access image technologies allow patients and families to record homemade videos helping neurologists in diagnosis. 267 patients had video recording devices available (87%) (Photo camera: 100%, cell-phone: 100%, webcam: 10%, video camera: 30%).Method: During a two-year period in an epilepsy clinic, consecutive patients were encouraged to record their events with any available device. Three neurologists/epileptologists watched the videos in clinical session, rated the quality of the recordings following some parameters and made a clinical diagnosis. Results: 314 consecutive patients (relatives) were encouraged to record events. From this group, 135 (50%) felt unable to record events. Seizure frequency three months prior to video deposit was 3, 5 seizures/patient/month.Reasons given: Low seizure frequency: 60%, seizures short duration: 80%. Previous epileptic syndrome diagnosed (based on description/neuroimaging/EEG): 15 focal temporal lobe epilepsy, 4 focal frontal probably symptomatic epilepsy, 3 epileptic encephalopathy. 18 patients were confirmed in their Diagnosis: Epilepsy misdiagnosis: 4. Conclusion: Homemade videos may be of diagnostic value in epilepsy management.If you really want to get a birds eye view of the port and its magnificent setting, then you can take a boat trip around the local coastline, which you can catch central promenade area.Beaches The beach adjacent to Puerto Banus holds a European blue flag.