Childhood absence epilepsy: evolution and prognostic factors.

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PURPOSE To evaluate how diagnostic criteria influence remission rates for patients with childhood absence epilepsy (CAE) and to assess clinical and EEG parameters as predictors of outcome. METHODS One hundred nineteen patients were diagnosed with CAE, according to International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) classification criteria. They were subsequently… (More)

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@article{Grosso2005ChildhoodAE, title={Childhood absence epilepsy: evolution and prognostic factors.}, author={Salvatore Grosso and D Galimberti and Piero Vezzosi and Mariangela A Farnetani and Rosanna Maria di Bartolo and Simone Bazzotti and Guido Morgese and Paolo Balestri}, journal={Epilepsia}, year={2005}, volume={46 11}, pages={1796-801} }