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In children, non-convulsive status epilepticus (NCSE) is rare and difficult to treat. Response to steroids and GABAergic medication is variable and often decreases with increasing duration of NCSE. We present our experience with oral ketamine, an NMDA-receptor antagonist, administered to five children with severe epilepsy (Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome,(More)
We report a girl with refractory partial seizures since 7 years of age, secondary to right frontal cortical dysplasia, who developed MRI and SPECT abnormalities in the contralateral hemicerebellar cortex. These became more marked, leading to left hemicerebellar atrophy. Crossed cerebellar diaschisis has been described mostly in hemispheric stroke and(More)
  • Dan BANUT, Camelia BANUT, BANUT Dan, BANUT Camelia
  • 2009
Abstract: Aim: The purpose of this study was to bring new data regarding the prevalence of biliary lithiasis in Cluj district in regards to the role of hyperlipoproteinemias as a risk factor for this pathology. Material and Method: A clinical study that included 800 adult subjects with age between 18 and 90 was conducted. For each subject an(More)
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