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2 Brain Dev
4 Epilepsia
5 Epilepsy Res
1 J Child Neurol
1 Pediatr Neurol
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    Brain Dev

  1. GONG P, Xue J, Qian P, Yang H, et al
    Scalp-recorded high-frequency oscillations in childhood epileptic encephalopathy with continuous spike-and-wave during sleep with different etiologies.
    Brain Dev. 2018 Jan 4. pii: S0387-7604(17)30353.
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  2. GULATI S, Sondhi V, Chakrabarty B, Jauhari P, et al
    High dose phenobarbitone coma in pediatric refractory status epilepticus; a retrospective case record analysis, a proposed protocol and review of literature.
    Brain Dev. 2018 Jan 3. pii: S0387-7604(17)30304.
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  3. BENICZKY S, Rubboli G, Aurlien H, Hirsch LJ, et al
    The new ILAE seizure classification: 63 seizure types?
    Epilepsia. 2017;58:1298-1300.
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  4. MICHAELIS R, Tang V, Wagner JL, Modi AC, et al
    Cochrane systematic review and meta-analysis of the impact of psychological treatments for people with epilepsy on health-related quality of life.
    Epilepsia. 2018 Jan 3. doi: 10.1111/epi.13989.
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  5. IIMURA Y, Jones K, Takada L, Shimizu I, et al
    Strong coupling between slow oscillations and wide fast ripples in children with epileptic spasms: Investigation of modulation index and occurrence rate.
    Epilepsia. 2018 Jan 6. doi: 10.1111/epi.13995.
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  6. INSEL BJ, Ottman R, Heiman GA
    Mood disorders in familial epilepsy: A test of shared etiology.
    Epilepsia. 2018 Jan 10. doi: 10.1111/epi.13985.
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    Epilepsy Res

  7. FINSTERER J, Frank M
    Beneficial effect of lacosamide for mitochondrial epilepsy.
    Epilepsy Res. 2018;140:95-96.
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  8. HERNANDEZ-RONQUILLO L, Adams S, Ballendine S, Tellez-Zenteno JF, et al
    Epilepsy in an elderly population: Classification, etiology and drug resistance.
    Epilepsy Res. 2018;140:90-94.
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  9. ASADI-POOYA AA, Sperling MR, Chung S, Klein P, et al
    Efficacy and tolerability of adjunctive brivaracetam in patients with prior antiepileptic drug exposure: A post-hoc study.
    Epilepsy Res. 2017;131:70-75.
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  10. WHITING S, Donner E, RamachandranNair R, Grabowski J, et al
    Decreased health care utilization and health care costs in the inpatient and emergency department setting following initiation of ketogenic diet in pediatric patients: The experience in Ontario, Canada.
    Epilepsy Res. 2017;131:51-57.
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  11. YALCIN AD, Ertasoglu Toydemir H
    Panayiotopoulos Syndrome with a special emphasis of ictal semiologic features.
    Epilepsy Res. 2017;131:37-43.
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    J Child Neurol

  12. CARVALHO KS, Fine AL, Haines CJ, Valencia I, et al
    Cost-Effectiveness of Evaluation of Children With Epilepsy in the Emergency Department: Need for Investment in Patient Education.
    J Child Neurol. 2018 Jan 1:883073817749378. doi: 10.1177/0883073817749378.
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    Pediatr Neurol

  13. HIRSCHBERGER RG, Kuban KCK, O'Shea TM, Joseph RM, et al
    Co-occurrence and Severity of Neurodevelopmental Burden (Cognitive Impairment, Cerebral Palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Epilepsy) at Age 10 Years in Children Born Extremely Preterm.
    Pediatr Neurol. 2017 Nov 13. pii: S0887-8994(17)30718.
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  14. NG MC, Gillis K
    The state of everyday quantitative EEG use in Canada: A national technologist survey.
    Seizure. 2017;49:5-7.
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  15. SHANKAR R, Henley W, Wehner T, Wiggans C, et al
    Perampanel in the general population and in people with intellectual disability: Differing responses.
    Seizure. 2017;49:30-35.
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  16. AURANGZEB S, Symmonds M, Knight RK, Kennett R, et al
    LGI1-antibody encephalitis is characterised by frequent, multifocal clinical and subclinical seizures.
    Seizure. 2017;50:14-17.
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  17. DE TIEGE X, Lundqvist D, Beniczky S, Seri S, et al
    Current clinical magnetoencephalography practice across Europe: Are we closer to use MEG as an established clinical tool?
    Seizure. 2017;50:53-59.
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  18. VED R, Cobbold N, Igbagiri K, Willis M, et al
    Online patient information on Vagus Nerve Stimulation: How reliable is it for facilitating shared decision making?
    Seizure. 2017;50:125-129.
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  19. HINO-FUKUYO N, Kikuchi A, Yokoyama H, Iinuma K, et al
    Long-term outcome of a 26-year-old woman with West syndrome and an nuclear receptor subfamily 2 group F member 1 gene (NR2F1) mutation.
    Seizure. 2017;50:144-146.
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  20. DIBUE-ADJEI M, Fischer I, Steiger HJ, Kamp MA, et al
    Efficacy of adjunctive vagus nerve stimulation in patients with Dravet syndrome: A meta-analysis of 68 patients.
    Seizure. 2017;50:147-152.
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  21. TURNER AL, Perry MS
    Outside the box: Medications worth considering when traditional antiepileptic drugs have failed.
    Seizure. 2017;50:173-185.
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  22. KANG JY, Rabiei AH, Myint L, Nei M, et al
    Equivocal significance of post-ictal generalized EEG suppression as a marker of SUDEP risk.
    Seizure. 2017;48:28-32.
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