Alexander Opebiyi Oyinlade

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BACKGROUND Children with epilepsy are reported to be at a greater risk of injuries compared with their peers who do not have epilepsy. OBJECTIVES We set out to determine the frequency and pattern of seizure-related injuries in children with epilepsy seen at the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, Nigeria. METHODS Consecutive cases of epilepsy(More)
INTRODUCTION Electroencephalography (EEG) remains the most important investigative modality in the diagnostic evaluation of individuals with epilepsy. Children living with epilepsy in the developing world are faced with challenges of lack of access to appropriate diagnostic evaluation and a high risk of misdiagnosis and inappropriate therapy. We appraised(More)
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