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Millennium development goals: Where are we?
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Prevalence, Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice of Epilepsy in Kerala, South India
Summary: Purpose: To ascertain the prevalence and pattern of epilepsy and to characterize and quantify knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) toward epilepsy among the people of the state of Kerala,Expand
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Economic Burden of Epilepsy in India
Summary:  Purpose: The economic burden due to epilepsy is not adequately examined in developing countries. Cost estimates are very important in health care planning and delivery of services. We haveExpand
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Intracranial infectious aneurysm: Presentation, management and outcome
BACKGROUND Intracranial infectious aneurysms (IA) are infrequent, but can be fatal. OBJECTIVES To compare the clinical profile of IAs associated with intravascular/systemic infection like infectiveExpand
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Intracranial Microbial Aneurysm (Infectious Aneurysm): Current Options for Diagnosis and Management
The histopathological characteristic of intracranial microbial aneurysm (MA)—infectious aneurysm is the presence of infection and destruction of the walls of the vessels. It can occur in the settingExpand
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Frequent seizures and polytherapy can impair quality of life in persons with epilepsy.
CONTEXT Careful evaluation of pharmacotherapy, seizure control and quality of life (QOL) are helpful in improving epilepsy care but such data are relatively meager from developing countries. AIMSExpand
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Intellectual and language functions in children of mothers with epilepsy
Purpose: To compare the intellectual and language functions of children of mothers with epilepsy (CME) with that of controls matched for age and socioeconomic status.
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Polytherapy increases the risk of infertility in women with epilepsy
Background: Reproductive capability is an important concern for women with epilepsy (WWE). We aimed to ascertain the magnitude of infertility in a cohort of WWE who were anticipating pregnancy.Expand
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Epilepsy care in six Indian cities: a multicenter study on management and service
BACKGROUND Epilepsy care in developing countries is lagging behind than in the developed countries. Precise data on delivery of neurological services for epilepsy is essential to optimize the medicalExpand
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Status epilepticus
Status epilepticus (SE) is a medical emergency associated with significant morbidity and mortality. SE is defined as a continuous seizure lasting more than 30 min, or two or more seizures withoutExpand
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