Risk factors increase epilepsy incidence in neonates with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy treated with therapeutic head cooling.
Responsive stimulation had no adverse effect on quality of life or mood in patients with intractable partial onset epilepsy.
Clobazam was safe and effective in reducing atonic seizures among patients with Lennox-Gestaut syndrome who participated in the CONTAIN trial.
Thalamic activity has value as a predictive marker of seizure onset laterality.
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