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Prevalence of Treated Epilepsy in Korea Based on National Health Insurance Data

Lee SY, Jung KY, Lee IK, Yi SD, Cho YW, Kim DW, Hwang SS, Kim S, The Korean Epilepsy Society

The Korean national health security system covers the entire population and all medical facilities. We aimed to estimate epilepsy prevalence, anticonvulsant utilization pattern and the cost. We identified prevalent epilepsy...
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Long-term Effectiveness and Tolerability of Topiramate in Children with Epilepsy under the Age of 2 Years: 4-Year Follow-up

Kim JM, Kwon S, Seo HE, Choe BH, Cho MH, Park SP

This is a long-term, open label, observational study aimed to broaden our clinical experiences in managing infants and toddlers with epilepsy. The long-term retention rate and side effects of topiramate...
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Seven Cases of Decreased Serum Valproic Acid Concentration During Concomitant Use of Carbapenem Antibiotics

Lee SG, Kim JH, Joo JY, Kwon OH

Valproic acid (VPA) is a commonly prescribed anticonvulsant drug for the treatment of various forms of epilepsy. Concomitant administration of VPA and carbapenem antibiotics such as panipenem/ betamipron and meropenem...
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Vigabatrin and Visual Field Defects in Pediatric Epilepsy Patients

You SJ, Ahn HS, Ko TS

We studied the prevalence, type and severity of vigabatrin (VGB)-attributed visual field defects (VFDs), and used these data to assess the associated risk factors in pediatric patients. Medical records were...
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Phenytoin-Induced Gingival Overgrowth in Un-Cooperated Epilepsy Patients

Marakoglu , Gursoy UK, Cakmak H, Marakoglu

  • KMID: 2428333
  • Yonsei Med J.
  • 2004 Apr;45(2):337-340.
Phenytoin-induced gingival overgrowth is a well-known and frequently reported gingival lesion, which was first detected in 1939. However, there are conflicts in the literature about the agents which affect the...
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New antiepileptic drugs: I. Basic characteristics

Lee BI

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