More children are seizure-free after epilepsy surgery

05/24/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

Improved technology and procedures, along with changes in clinical practices, have boosted the number of children with epilepsy who became seizure-free after surgery, researchers said. The International League Against Epilepsy task force said clinicians should consider referring children for surgery who have tried two epilepsy drugs but continue to have seizures.

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