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Febrile Seizures and Mesial Temporal Sclerosis
EARLY SEIZURE ONSET AND BRAIN DEVELOPMENT
DO FEBRILE SEIZURES CAUSE MESIAL TEMPORAL SCLEROSIS?
A GENE POLYMORPHISM ASSOCIATED WITH TEMPORAL LOBE EPILEPSY?
PREDICTORS OF TEMPORAL LOBE EPILEPSY SURGERY OUTCOMES
IDIOPATHIC GENERALIZED EPILEPSY IS NOT RESTRICTED TO YOUNG PATIENTS
SEIZURES AND EPILEPSY AFTER ISCHEMIC STROKE
SPIKE-TRIGGERED fMRI TO LOCALIZE MEDIAL FRONTAL SPEECH AREA
SPIKE-TRIGGERED fMRI IN READING EPILEPSY AND BENIGN EPILEPSY WITH CENTROTEMPORAL SPIKES
ELECTRICAL STIMULATION DEPRESSES EPILEPTIFORM ACTIVITY
KNOCKOUT OF A TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS GENE HIGHLIGHTS ROLE OF GLIA IN EPILEPTOGENESIS
NEW EVIDENCE FOR AN IMPORTANT ROLE OF ENDOGENOUS GABA IN SEIZURE GENERATION IN THE IMMATURE HIPPOCAMPUS
MOTHER'S MILK PROTECTS THE IMMATURE BRAIN FROM SEIZURE-INDUCED CELL DEATH
STIFF GOATS, CHLORIDE IONS, AND IDIOPATHIC GENERALIZED EPILEPSY (IGE)
HYPERGLYCEMIA LOWERS SEIZURE THRESHOLD