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Overtreatment in epilepsy: adverse consequences and mechanisms
Perucca E. Epilepsy Res 2002 - Review. PMID 12445957
Long-term use (or continuation) of anticonvulsant therapy in situations where it is not indicated (e.g. in children with simple febrile seizures, or in non-epileptic seizure-free patients who underwent brain surgery) constitutes a blatant case of overtreatment. ...There is evidence that not all antiepileptic drug combinations are equally adverse, and that the combined use of specific drugs (e.g. lamotrigine and valproic acid) may even exhibit an improved therapeutic index compared with either agent given alone, provided appropriate dose adjustments are made. ...
Long-term use (or continuation) of anticonvulsant therapy in situations where it is not indicated (e.g. in children with simple febri …
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