Remission in childhood-onset non-syndromal epilepsy
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About 50–60% of children with epilepsy have non-syndromal epilepsy. A US study with follow-up for at least 10 years (Anne T Berg and colleagues. Ann Neurol 2011;70:566–73; see also editorial, ibid: 530–1) has provided data about remission in childhood-onset non-syndromal epilepsy.
In a community-based cohort of 613 children with epilepsy, 347 had …
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