Kalyani Korabathina

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OBJECTIVE The diagnosis of psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES) can be challenging. In the absence of a gold standard to verify the reliability of the diagnosis by EEG-video, we sought to assess the interrater reliability of the diagnosis using EEG-video recordings. METHODS Patient samples consisted of 22 unselected consecutive patients who underwent(More)
Evaluation of: Brodie MJ, Perucca E, Ryvlin P, Ben-Menachem E, Meencke HJ. Comparison of levetiracetam and controlled-release carbamazepine in newly diagnosed epilepsy. Neurology 6, 402-408 (2007). Despite the emergence of multiple antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) in the past decade, the task of choosing the right drug for monotherapy in patients with newly(More)
To determine whether large and repeatable c-waves can be recorded from rabbits with equipment already in use in clinical electroretinographic laboratories, the Burian-Allen electrode, connected bipolarly or monopolarly, was used to record electroretinograms from pigmented rabbits. The Jet electrode was also used. The c-waves elicited by long-duration(More)
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