Bosanka Jocić-Jakubi

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We studied the clinical and electroencephalographic features in 30 children who were diagnosed with childhood absence epilepsy. According to their EEG pattern we divided the 30 children into two groups: group A: 11 children with classical absences whose ictal EEG showed primary generalized spikes and waves and group B: 19 children with frontal onset of the(More)
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