L Oller-Daurella

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Using information from a database of 5,000 cases of epilepsy, the author studies the clinical evolution of 3,601 patients who had been followed over a period between 1 and 40 years (mean follow-up period, 10 years). According to the results obtained with anticonvulsant drugs, controllable forms of epilepsy were those in which at least 1 years had transpired(More)
The authors used the definition of the Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS) adopted by the Commission on Classification and Terminology of the International League against Epilepsy. Three hundred and thirty eight patients with childhood LGS have been followed until adulthood; 62.4 p. 100 had an unfavourable outcome. All began their LGS in childhood or infancy(More)
The present report evaluates the suppression of antiepileptic drugs in a group of 608 epileptics. Conditions for the suppression of antiepileptic treatment included a previous seizure-free period of 5 years under medication, and a careful evaluation of individual social and work-related circumstances. The reduction of medication was realized during a(More)