Department of Neurology, Miami Children’s Hospital, 3200 SW 60th Court, Miami, Florida 33155.
- Page(s) : 143-52
- Année de parution : 2000
With many types of epilepsy now alleviated or controlled by surgery,
inte-rest has shifted to other seizure types that are not traditionally
amenable to surgical therapy. This trend is particularly evident at pediatric
centers where seizure presentations are diverse and often extremely severe.
Many present as severe electroclinical syndromes with adverse prognoses
that are well studied [1, 2]. Thus, without definitive intervention, the