Epilepsy surgery yields positive outcomes in pediatric tuberous sclerosis

11/14/2013 | DailyRx.com

Among the 33 children with tuberous sclerosis complex who underwent epilepsy surgery, 18 were free from seizures during the two years following the procedure, while five had postsurgical complications, researchers from Czech Republic found. The study published in the journal Epilepsia showed that complete removal of brain lesions yielded better outcomes compared with incomplete lesion removal.

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