Reversible downbeat nystagmus and ataxia in felbamate intoxication.

  title={Reversible downbeat nystagmus and ataxia in felbamate intoxication.},
  author={T. L. Hwang and Chris Still and Jana E. Jones},
  volume={45 4},
Felbamate is a newly available antiepileptic agent useful as monotherapy and adjunctive therapy in adul ts with partial seizures a n d in children with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.’ Although dose-dependent cerebellar dysfunction is common with other anticonvulsants, this has occurred with felbamate only in add-on trials in which the dysfunction was plausibly linked to increases in the level of the primary anticonvulsant.2 We report a case of felbamate intoxication associated with ataxia, downbeat… CONTINUE READING


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