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CASUAL COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF GINGIVAL INDEX SCORE AMONG EPILEPTIC PATIENTS USING CARBAMAZEPINE, SODIUM VALPROATE AND PHENYTOIN

@inproceedings{Zaibunnissa2017CASUALCA,
  title={CASUAL COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF GINGIVAL INDEX SCORE AMONG EPILEPTIC PATIENTS USING CARBAMAZEPINE, SODIUM VALPROATE AND PHENYTOIN},
  author={Zaib-un-nissa and Muhammad Darwesh Iqbal and Suhail Ahmed Almani and Aatir Hanif Rajput and Muhammad Muneeb and Hamid Nawaz Ali Memon and Syeda Farhana Jehangir and S. Shaikh},
  year={2017}
}
Objective: This research hoped to compare the periodontal health of epileptic patients using three different anti-epilepsy drugs, namely, carbamazepine, phenytoin and sodium valproateusing the gingival index score. Methodology: This casual comparative analysis of periodontal health was conducted at Liaquat University Hospital from January to March (2017) upon 3 groups of patients, each using a different anti-epileptic drug. The groups comprised of 15 patients each and the groups were matched… 
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