Early identification of refractory epilepsy








Early Identification of Refractory Epilepsy NEJM

6/14/2014
01:45 | Author: Molly Young

Early identification of refractory epilepsy
Early Identification of Refractory Epilepsy NEJM

Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Early Identification of Refractory Epilepsy.

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020300 Early Identification of Refractory Epilepsy - New England

4/13/2014
03:50 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Early identification of refractory epilepsy
020300 Early Identification of Refractory Epilepsy - New England

314 · February 3, 2000. The New England Journal of Medicine. EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF REFRACTORY EPILEPSY. PATRICK KWAN, M.D., AND MARTIN J.

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Early identification of refractory epilepsy

12/22/2014
05:25 | Author: Molly Young

Early identification of refractory epilepsy
Early identification of refractory epilepsy

Early identification of refractory epilepsy. Kwan P, Brodie MJ. BACKGROUND: More than 30 percent of patients with epilepsy have inadequate.

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Patients who have many seizures before therapy or who have an inadequate response to initial treatment with antiepileptic drugs are likely to have refractory epilepsy.

The prevalence of persistent seizures was higher in patients with symptomatic or cryptogenic epilepsy than in those with idiopathic epilepsy (40 percent vs.

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The natural history of epilepsy an epidemiological view

10/21/2014
03:20 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Early identification of refractory epilepsy
The natural history of epilepsy an epidemiological view

Among patients who have entered remission, many will remain seizure-free after antiepileptic drug treatment is Early identification of refractory epilepsy.

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As understanding of the prognostic factors improves, the potential of a "prognostic group specific" management approach should be explored so that effective treatments may be used in a more rational and targeted fashion. Circumstantial evidence, mostly arising from resource poor countries where antiepileptic drug treatment is not readily available, indicates that spontaneous remission may occur in up to 30% of cases.

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Early identification of refractory epilepsy ReadCube Articles

8/20/2014
01:15 | Author: Molly Young

Epilepsy and pregnancy
Early identification of refractory epilepsy ReadCube Articles

More than 30 percent of patients with epilepsy have inadequate control of seizures with drug therapy, but why this happens and whether it can be predicted are.

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