[Long-term follow-up of absence epilepsy].


This study dealt with 58 patients with absence, of whom 46 patients had started with absence and 12 with generalized tonic-clonic seizures (GTCs). Only those patients followed up for more than five years were included, and 30 patients (51.7%) were over eighteen years of age (up to 33). All patients received the present standard medication with ethosuximide… (More)


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@article{Takaesu1989LongtermFO, title={[Long-term follow-up of absence epilepsy].}, author={Etsuko Takaesu and N. Yamamoto and I. Takahashi and Sunao Furune and Kazuyoshi Aso and Tamotsu Negoro and K Watanabe}, journal={No to hattatsu. Brain and development}, year={1989}, volume={21 1}, pages={3-8} }