New nuclear magnetic resonance data in epilepsy


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Abstract

Nuclear magnetic resonance methods as a whole have contributed as much to the study and treatment of epilepsy as to any branch of medicine. The pace of the progress in this field increases as recently developed nuclear magnetic resonance techniques mature into practical tools for epilepsy research and management. Recent examples of such progress include new data on seizure-related brain water diffusion changes, brain metabolic abnormalities in epileptic patients, and pharmacologic manipulation of brain gamma-aminobutyric acid.

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