A follow-up study of adults with learning disabilities and epilepsy

@article{Branford1998AFS,
  title={A follow-up study of adults with learning disabilities and epilepsy},
  author={David Branford and Sabyasachi Bhaumik and Fiona Duncan and R. A. Collacott},
  journal={Seizure},
  year={1998},
  volume={7},
  pages={469-472}
}
A programme to review the drug treatment of 215 adults with epilepsy and learning disabilities occurred in Leicestershire between 1982 and 1985. In 1997, a Leicestershire-wide study of epilepsy suffered by adults with learning disabilities was undertaken. The study sought information about many aspects of the epilepsy including the prescribing of medicines. One hundred and thirty-eight adults were common to both studies. A greater proportion was suffering active epilepsy in 1997 than in 1985… CONTINUE READING

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