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This investigation assessed the frequency of catamenial epilepsy in 87 women who charted seizures and menses during three cycles. Catamenial epilepsy designation was made if two of three cycles showed at least one of three previously defined catamenial patterns. Among ovulatory cycles, average daily seizure frequency was significantly greater during the(More)
Nerve compression, frequently from entrapment at specific anatomic locations, is a common clinical entity, especially in patients with predisposing occupations or with certain medical disorders. It should be pointed out that a nerve can be compressed at more than one level. Early recognition and treatment are the most effective means of preventing(More)
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