A J LeValley

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Clinicians often encounter patients whose neurologic attacks appear to cluster. In a daily diary study, the authors explored whether clustering is a true phenomenon in epilepsy and can be identified in the clinical setting. Nearly half the subjects experienced at least one episode of three or more seizures in 24 hours; 20% also met a statistical clustering(More)
There is some evidence of retroviral infection in ALS. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of indinavir in ALS was performed to assess safety and efficacy trends. Nephrolithiasis and gastrointestinal side effects were frequent with indinavir treatment. Group differences in the rate of decline were not significant between the groups for the(More)
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