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Brivaracetam: Rationale for discovery and preclinical profile of a selective SV2A ligand for epilepsy treatment.

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Preresection intraoperative electrocorticography (ECoG) abnormalities predict seizure-onset zone and outcome in pediatric epilepsy surgery.

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Epilepsy: Beyond seizure control--vocational outcomes after paediatric epilepsy surgery.

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Conversion to eslicarbazepine acetate monotherapy: A pooled analysis of 2 phase III studies.

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Comorbidity between neurological illness and psychiatric disorders.

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Is SEEG safe? A systematic review and meta-analysis of stereo-electroencephalography-related complications.

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Predictors of and attitudes toward counseling about SUDEP and other epilepsy risk factors among Austrian, German, and Swiss neurologists and neuropediatricians.

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Structure-epileptogenicity relationship of quinolones with special reference to their interaction with gamma-aminobutyric acid receptor sites.

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Epilepsy in young Tsc1(+/-) mice exhibits age-dependent expression that mimics that of human tuberous sclerosis complex.

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