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Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment of Epilepsy

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Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment of Epilepsy
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN-13: 9783038974505
Number of pages: 136

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For those with medically intractable epilepsy, the recurrent seizures lead to increased mortality, risks of injury, and the seizures themselves are socially disabling. Fortunately for many people with intractable epilepsy, epilepsy can be cured, or seizures better controlled with surgical treatment.

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