N Seyfeddinipur

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Children of epileptic mothers have a higher risk for major malformations. A similar increase of major malformations is observed in children of epileptic fathers suggesting that the major malformations are related to the parental disease rather than to the antiepileptic drug. No information was available if the pattern of minor acrofacial malformations known(More)
Sperm investigations of 35 epileptics being treated with hydantoin for a period of more than three years have shown that by a large dispersion of evaluations only 52% of the sperm cells were intact (teratozoospermia; compared with a normal limit of 60% p = 5%, of 70% p = 1%). The mobility of the sperm cells was 49% (asthenozoospermia; compared with a normal(More)
In a 15-year-old female patient treated with phenytoin (100 mg tds) for symptomatic epilepsy generalised enlargement of lymph nodes, particularly in the cervical region, occurred three weeks after beginning treatment. The histological findings suggested lymphogranulomatosis which could not be confirmed clinically. Despite continuation of phenytoin treatment(More)
This paper gives a detailed summary of neuroradiological findings (X-rays of the skull, pneumoencephalograms and angiograms) in epilepsies and epileptic seizures, that is based on 902 patients, which have been treated in the Neuro-Psychiatric university hospital of Mainz during 1960 and 1975. First the different pathological findings and their frequency in(More)