Lamotrigine was more effective than carbamazepine, gabapentin, and topiramate for treatment failure in partial epilepsy.

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M e t h o d s Design: Randomized controlled trial (Standard and New Antiepileptic Drugs [SANAD] trial, Arm A) Allocation: Concealed.* Blinding: Unblinded.* Follow-up period: Up to 6 years. Setting: Hospital-based outpatient clinics in the United Kingdom. Patients: 1721 patients (mean age 38 y, 55% men) who had ≥ 2 clinically definite, unprovoked epileptic… (More)

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@article{Bleck2007LamotrigineWM, title={Lamotrigine was more effective than carbamazepine, gabapentin, and topiramate for treatment failure in partial epilepsy.}, author={Thomas P. Bleck}, journal={ACP journal club}, year={2007}, volume={147 3}, pages={74-5} }