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Status epilepticus (SE) is a condition requiring emergency care, which is often poorly managed in developing countries due to the lack of personnel, drugs, and insufficient technical and medical means. This study aims at determining the epidemiologic and etiologic characteristics and the difficulty in treating SE under the existing medical practice(More)
A rare clinical form of Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disease, estimated at less than 5% by a good many authors, it remains unknown at the neuropathological and genetic level. The prevalance of this form in our areas estimated at 16% allows to discuss its clinical, electrophysiological and neuropathological particularities. To define clinical(More)
The aim of our study was to emphasize factors which support pharmaco-resistance in Senegal. For this purpose, 23 patients with partial or generalized epilepsy were studied, after determining the plasmatic concentration of the antiepileptic drugs. The aetiologies were numerous: encephalitis, injuries, neonatal encephalitis. All patients were under(More)
The authors described the first cases in Senegal (West Africa) of the association Parkinson's disease and epilepsy. Almost studies on this feature, stressed on their different pathophysiology basis epilepsy is related on excess of neuronal excitation, and Parkinson disease is an expression of lack of motor neuromodulation. The diagnosis has been done(More)
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