Timing of seizure recurrence in adult epileptic patients: a statistical analysis.

@article{Milton1987TimingOS,
  title={Timing of seizure recurrence in adult epileptic patients: a statistical analysis.},
  author={John G. Milton and Jean Gotman and Guy M R{\'e}millard and Frederick Andermann},
  journal={Epilepsia},
  year={1987},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={471-8}
}
Seizure diaries were maintained prospectively in 24 epileptic patients (19 with partial complex, three with partial simple, and three with primary generalized seizures) who were selected consecutively, had stable seizure patterns, were reliable historians, and were known to be compliant with medications. Diaries were maintained for an average of 237 days (range, 61-365), and an average of 18 seizures were recorded per patient (range, 5-76). Seizure patterns were analyzed by using the methods… CONTINUE READING