Behavioral effects of anticonvulsant prophylaxis: no effect or artifact?

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We examined the effects that may be attributable to current use of anticonvulsants in patients with traumatic head injury. The performances of 15 head-injured matched pairs were compared on a comprehensive battery of neuropsychological and psychosocial measures 1 year post injury. The members of both groups were placed on anticonvulsants, principally… (More)

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@article{Dikmen1984BehavioralEO, title={Behavioral effects of anticonvulsant prophylaxis: no effect or artifact?}, author={Sureyya S. Dikmen and Nancy R. Temkin and Marina Weiler and Allen R Wyler}, journal={Epilepsia}, year={1984}, volume={25 6}, pages={741-6} }