Hoyer Stefan

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Epilepsy is the area in which electroencephalography is probably of greatest potential clinical value, and yet is most abused. In general, the sensitivity of the waking interictal EEG for detecting epilepsy and its specificity for distinguishing epilepsy from other episodic disorders are both very limited, and routine examination for diagnostic screening or(More)
Zonisamide is currently licensed in Europe and the USA for the adjunctive treatment of partial seizures (with or without secondary generalization) in adults, based on the results of four pivotal, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials. It is also licensed in Europe as monotherapy for adults with newly diagnosed partial epilepsy, based on the(More)
Background In December 2005 free long lasting insecticidal nets were distributed to mothers of children under five in a nationwide scheme in Niger. More than 2 million bed nets were distributed, increasing the ownership of insecticide treated bed nets more than tenfold. Our team was in charge of the malaria survey. The malaria cases were reported through a(More)
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