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Childhood epilepsy; from diagnosis to remission.


Childhood epilepsy; from diagnosis to remission.

Ed. by Richard Appleton and Peter Camfield.

Cambridge U. Press


156 pages




Appleton (pediatric neurology, U. of Liverpool, UK) and Camfield (pediatrics, Dalhousie U., Canada) help pediatricians, pediatric neurologists, and primary care physicians diagnose, evaluate, and manage pediatric epilepsy. In eight chapters, pediatricians and neurologists from the UK and North America follow the natural history of epilepsy from diagnosis to remission or chronicity when the disease begins in infancy, middle childhood, and adolescence, as well as risks and hazards, status epilepticus, prevention and consequences, and medico-legal aspects.

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Date:Dec 1, 2011
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