Prediction of late seizures after ischaemic stroke with a novel prognostic model (the SeLECT score): a multivariable prediction model development and validation study

@article{Galovic2018PredictionOL,
  title={Prediction of late seizures after ischaemic stroke with a novel prognostic model (the SeLECT score): a multivariable prediction model development and validation study},
  author={Marian Galovic and Nico D{\"o}hler and Barbara Erd{\'e}lyi-Canavese and Ansgar Felbecker and Philip Siebel and Julian Conrad and Stefan Evers and Michael Winklehner and Timo von Oertzen and Hans-Peter Haring and Anna Serafini and Giorgia Gregoraci and Mariarosaria Valente and Francesco Janes and Gian Luigi Gigli and Mark R. Keezer and John Duncan and Josemir W. Sander and Matthias J. Koepp and Barbara Tettenborn},
  journal={The Lancet Neurology},
  year={2018},
  volume={17},
  pages={143-152}
}

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