Epilepsy: Problem Solving in Clinical Practice

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CRC Press, 8 sep. 1999 - 504 páginas
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This book tackles some of the common and difficult problems encountered by the clinical neurologist by providing practical guidance. The contributors approach the clinical challenges presented from their own points of view. Up-to-date references support the claims for preferred therapeutical and surgical treatments.
 

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Chapter 6 65
6
Childhood epilepsy Chapter 31 399
14
Diagnosis and treatment of seizures
65
Seizures during sleep Chapter 7
79
Seizures and syncopes
95
Jürgen Bauer Chapter 9
111
Agerelated diagnostic issues Chapter 10
135
141 Chapter 17
231
Initiation and termination of Chapter 22
291
treatment?
303
The ketogenic diet revisited Thomas Grunwald Martin Kurthen
315
32 5 X Supplemental nonantiepileptic
325
335 Pavel Klein and Andrew G Herzog
335
Chapter 27
349
361 XI The team approach to
361
Olivier Dulac and Anna Kaminska treatment of epilepsy
457

155 Chapter 18
241
behavioral disabilities Chapter 19
253
169 David M Treiman
267
191 should be done?
279
367 Ann Jacoby and Gus A Baker
469
381 when do we need
475
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Página 451 - Functional and histological studies of the vagus nerve and its branches to the heart, lungs and abdominal viscera in the cat, J Physiol (Lond).
Página 377 - Severe myoclonic epilepsy in infants. In: Roger J, Bureau M, Dravet C, Dreifuss FE.

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