Kimberly Hall Oas

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In adults, botulinum toxin type A has been studied as a potentially effective treatment for chronic daily headache. For pediatric chronic daily headache, the literature evaluating efficacy of botulinum toxin type A is sparse, with no studies assessing tolerability. The purpose of this retrospective case series study was to assess tolerability and efficacy(More)
Experience with prolonged seizures in animal models and humans teaches that cellular injury and cognitive impairment can occur in epilepsy. Status epilepticus probably causes cerebral injury and cognitive dysfunction if it is of long duration; however, studies of electroconvulsive therapy do not support the idea that repeated seizures alone produce a(More)
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