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    1. Liu, RSN; Lemieux, L; Bell, GS; Bartlett, PA; Sander, JWAS; Sisodiya, SM; Shorvon, SD; Duncan, JS
      A longitudinal quantitative MRI study of community-based patients with chronic epilepsy and newly diagnosed seizures: Methodology and preliminary findings

      NEUROIMAGE
    2. Heaney, DC; Sander, JWAS; Shorvon, SD
      Comparing the cost of epilepsy across eight European countries

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    3. Lhatoo, SD; Johnson, AL; Goodridge, DM; MacDonald, BK; Sander, JWAS; Shorvon, SD
      Mortality in epilepsy in the first 11 to 14 years after diagnosis: Multivariate analysis of a long-term, prospective, population-based cohort

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    4. Scott, RA; Lhatoo, SD; Sander, JWAS
      The treatment of epilepsy in developing countries: where do we go from here?

      BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
    5. Krakow, K; Walker, M; Otoul, C; Sander, JWAS
      Long-term continuation of levetiracetam in patients with refractory epilepsy

      NEUROLOGY
    6. Lhatoo, SD; Sander, JWAS; Shorvon, SD
      The dynamics of drug treatment in epilepsy: an observational study in an unselected population based cohort with newly diagnosed epilepsy followed upprospectively over 11-14 years

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    7. Johnson, MR; Sander, JWAS
      The clinical impact of epilepsy genetics (vol 70, pg 428, 2001)

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    8. Johnson, MR; Johnson, MR; Sander, JWAS; Sander, JWAS
      The clinical impact of epilepsy genetics

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    9. Lhatoo, SD; Sander, JWAS; Fish, D
      Temporal lobe epilepsy following febrile seizures: Unusually prolonged latent periods

      EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY
    10. Wong, ICK; Mawer, GE; Sander, JWAS
      Adverse event monitoring in lamotrigine patients: A pharmacoepidemiologic study in the United Kingdom

      EPILEPSIA
    11. Lhatoo, SD; Sander, JWAS; Wong, ICK
      Long-term treatment retention with topiramate - Reply

      EPILEPSIA
    12. Wong, ICK; Mawer, GE; Sander, JWAS; Lhatoo, SD
      A pharmacoepidemiologic study of factors influencing the outcome of treatment with lamotrigine in chronic epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    13. Meinardi, H; Scott, RA; Reis, R; Sander, JWAS
      The treatment gap in epilepsy: The current situation and ways forward

      EPILEPSIA
    14. Lhatoo, SD; Sander, JWAS
      The epidemiology of epilepsy and learning disability

      EPILEPSIA
    15. Lhatoo, SD; Sander, JWAS
      Stopping drug therapy in epilepsy

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    16. Langan, Y; Sander, JWAS
      Sudden unexpected death in patients with epilepsy - Definition, epidemiology and therapeutic implications

      CNS DRUGS
    17. MacDonald, BK; Johnson, AL; Goodridge, DM; Cockerell, OC; Sander, JWAS; Shorvon, SD
      Factors predicting prognosis of epilepsy after presentation with seizures

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    18. Arroyo, S; Sander, JWAS
      Carbamazepine in comparative trials: Pharmacokinetic characteristics too often forgotten - Reply from the authors

      NEUROLOGY
    19. Lhatoo, SD; Sander, JWAS; Wong, ICK
      Cognitive effects of topiramate, gabapentin, and lamotrigine in healthy young adults

      NEUROLOGY
    20. Thompson, PJ; Baxendale, SA; Duncan, JS; Sander, JWAS
      Effects of topiramate on cognitive function

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    21. Pal, DK; Carpio, A; Sander, JWAS
      Neurocysticercosis and epilepsy in developing countries

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    22. Langan, Y; Nashef, L; Sander, JWAS
      Sudden unexpected death in epilepsy: a series of witnessed deaths

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    23. Lhatoo, SD; Wong, ICK; Sander, JWAS
      Prognostic factors affecting long-term retention of topiramate in patientswith chronic epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    24. Lhatoo, SD; Wong, ICK; Polizzi, G; Sander, JWAS
      Long-term retention rates of lamotrigine, gabapentin, and topiramate in chronic epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    25. Heaney, DC; Shorvon, SD; Sander, JWAS; Boon, P; Komarek, V; Marusic, P; Dravet, C; Perucca, E; Majkowski, J; Lima, JL; Arroyo, S; Tomson, T; Ried, S; van Donselaar, C; Eskazan, E; Peeters, P; Carita, P; Tjong-a-Hung, I; Myon, E; Taieb, C
      Cost minimization analysis of antiepileptic drugs in newly diagnosed epilepsy in 12 European countries

      EPILEPSIA
    26. MacDonald, BK; Cockerell, OC; Sander, JWAS; Shorvon, SD
      The incidence and lifetime prevalence of neurological disorders in a prospective community-based study in the UK

      BRAIN
    27. Sander, JWAS; Pal, DK
      Long-term prognosis of epilepsy

      EPILEPSY
    28. Wong, ICK; Mawer, GE; Sander, JWAS
      Factors influencing the incidence of lamotrigine-related skin rash

      ANNALS OF PHARMACOTHERAPY
    29. Andrews, TM; Everitt, AD; Sander, JWAS
      A descriptive survey of long-term residents with epilepsy and intellectualdisability at the Chalfont Centre: is there a relationship between maladaptive behaviour and magnetic resonance imaging findings?

      JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH
    30. O'Donoghue, MF; Goodridge, DMG; Redhead, K; Sander, JWAS; Duncan, JS
      Assessing the psychosocial consequences of epilepsy: a community-based study

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE
    31. Lhatoo, SD; Sander, JWAS
      Infantile spasms and vigabatrin - Visual field defects may be permanent

      BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
    32. Pal, DK; Nandy, S; Sander, JWAS
      Towards a coherent public-health analysis for epilepsy

      LANCET
    33. Walker, MC; Sander, JWAS
      Lamotrigine

      ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS
    34. Lhatoo, SD; Langan, Y; Sander, JWAS
      Sudden unexpected death in epilepsy

      POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL JOURNAL
    35. Arroyo, S; Sander, JWAS
      Carbamazepine in comparative trials - Pharmacokinetic characteristics too often forgotten

      NEUROLOGY
    36. Heaney, DC; Sander, JWAS
      Cost-effectiveness model of adjunctive lamotrigine for the treatment of epilepsy

      NEUROLOGY
    37. Lhatoo, SD; Langan, Y; MacDonald, BK; Zeidan, S; Sander, JWAS
      Sudden unexpected death: a rare event in a large community based prospective cohort with newly diagnosed epilepsy and high remission rates

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    38. Everitt, AD; Sander, JWAS
      Classification of the epilepsies: Time for a change? A critical review of the International Classification of the Epilepsies and Epileptic Syndromes (ICEES) and its Usefulness in Clinical Practice and Epidemiological Studiesof Epilepsy

      EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY
    39. MacDonald, BK; Johnson, AL; Sander, JWAS; Shorvon, SD
      Febrile convulsions in 220 children - Neurological sequelae at 12 years follow-up

      EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY
    40. Langan, Y; Duncan, JS; Sander, JWAS
      An audit of the perceived efficacy and tolerability of gabapentin therapy in an out-patient cohort with epilepsy

      EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY
    41. Wong, ICK; Chadwick, DW; Fenwick, PBC; Mawer, GE; Sander, JWAS
      The long-term use of gabapentin, lamotrigine, and vigabatrin in patients with chronic epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    42. Langan, Y; Sander, JWAS
      Patients with epilepsy who die suddenly do not always have cardiac disease

      ARCHIVES OF NEUROLOGY
    43. SANDER JWAS
      NEW DRUGS FOR EPILEPSY

      Current opinion in neurology
    44. SANDER JWAS
      USING TOPIRAMATE IN PATIENTS WITH EPILEPSY - PRACTICAL ASPECTS

      Canadian journal of neurological sciences
    45. HEANEY D; SANDER JWAS
      ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS IN DEVELOPING-COUNTRIES

      Lancet
    46. THOM M; GRIFFIN B; SANDER JWAS; SCARAVILLI F
      THE CENTRAL NUCLEUS OF THE AMYGDALA IN SUDDEN UNEXPECTED DEATH IN EPILEPSY

      Journal of neuropathology and experimental neurology
    47. HEANEY DC; SHORVON SD; SANDER JWAS
      AN ECONOMIC APPRAISAL OF CARBAMAZEPINE, LAMOTRIGINE, PHENYTOIN AND VALPROATE AS INITIAL TREATMENT IN ADULTS WITH NEWLY-DIAGNOSED EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    48. ODONOGHUE MF; DUNCAN JS; SANDER JWAS
      THE SUBJECTIVE HANDICAP OF EPILEPSY - A NEW APPROACH TO MEASURING TREATMENT OUTCOME

      Brain
    49. WONG ICK; MAWER GE; SANDER JWAS
      SEVERE PERSISTENT VISUAL-FIELD CONSTRICTION ASSOCIATED WITH VIGABATRIN - REACTION MIGHT BE DOSE-DEPENDENT

      BMJ. British medical journal
    50. SANDER JWAS; ODONOGHUE MF
      EPILEPSY - GETTING THE DIAGNOSIS RIGHT

      BMJ. British medical journal
    51. ODONOGHUE MF; SANDER JWAS
      HOW RATIONAL IS CURRENT ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG-TREATMENT

      Revue neurologique
    52. WALKER MC; SANDER JWAS
      DIFFICULTIES IN EXTRAPOLATING FROM CLINICAL-TRIAL DATA TO CLINICAL-PRACTICE - THE CASE OF ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS

      Neurology
    53. LI LM; CENDES F; WATSON C; ANDERMANN F; FISH DR; DUBEAU F; FREE S; OLIVIER A; HARKNESS W; THOMAS DGT; DUNCAN JS; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD; COOK MJ; ARNOLD DL
      SURGICAL-TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH SINGLE AND DUAL PATHOLOGY - RELEVANCE OF LESION AND OF HIPPOCAMPAL ATROPHY TO SEIZURE OUTCOME

      Neurology
    54. SANDER JWAS
      EPIDEMIOLOGY OF THE EPILEPSIES (VOL 61, PG 433, 1996)

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    55. BHARUCHA NE; SANDER JWAS; ALDEEB S; CARPIO A; CEREGHINO J; ELWES R; FORSGREN L; HAUSER AW; JALLON P; FERNANDES J; RWIZA H; SILLANPAA M; REYNOLDS EH; WOLF P; ENGEL J
      THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF THE EPILEPSIES - FUTURE-DIRECTIONS

      Epilepsia
    56. COCKERELL OC; JOHNSON AL; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      PROGNOSIS OF EPILEPSY - A REVIEW AND FURTHER ANALYSIS OF THE FIRST 9 YEARS OF THE BRITISH NATIONAL GENERAL-PRACTICE STUDY OF EPILEPSY, A PROSPECTIVE POPULATION-BASED STUDY

      Epilepsia
    57. ODONOGHUE MF; SANDER JWAS
      THE MORTALITY ASSOCIATED WITH EPILEPSY, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO SUDDEN UNEXPECTED DEATH - A REVIEW

      Epilepsia
    58. SANDER JWAS
      PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF THE USE OF TOPIRAMATE IN PATIENTS WITH EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    59. ODONOGHUE MF; SANDER JWAS
      A HISTORICAL-PERSPECTIVE ON THE MORTALITY ASSOCIATED WITH CHRONIC EPILEPSY

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    60. SANDER JWAS
      THE NEW ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS - THEIR CURRENT ROLE IN THE MANAGEMENT OFEPILEPSY

      European journal of neurology
    61. WALKER MC; LI LM; SANDER JWAS
      LONG-TERM USE OF LAMOTRIGINE AND VIGABATRIN IN IN SEVERE REFRACTORY EPILEPSY - AUDIT OF OUTCOME

      BMJ. British medical journal
    62. COCKERELL OC; MORIARTY J; TRIMBLE M; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      ACUTE PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS IN PATIENTS WITH EPILEPSY - A NATIONWIDE STUDY

      Epilepsy research
    63. COCKERELL OC; GUPTA S; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      RISK-FACTORS FOR CANCER AND VASCULAR DEATHS IN PATIENTS WITH EPILEPSYIN A COMMUNITY AND A RESIDENTIAL POPULATION - A CASE-CONTROLLED STUDY

      Journal of epilepsy
    64. COCKERELL OC; GOODRIDGE DMG; BRODIE D; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      NEUROLOGICAL DISEASE IN A DEFINED POPULATION - THE RESULTS OF A PILOT-STUDY IN 2 GENERAL PRACTICES

      Neuroepidemiology
    65. ODONOGHUE M; SANDER JWAS
      DOES EARLY ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG-TREATMENT ALTER THE PROGNOSIS FOR REMISSION OF THE EPILEPSIES

      Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
    66. WALKER MC; COCKERELL OC; SANDER JWAS
      NONCONVULSIVE STATUS EPILEPTICUS PRESENTING AS A PSYCHIATRIC CONDITION

      Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
    67. COCKERELL OC; WALKER MC; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      COMPLEX PARTIAL STATUS

      Neurology
    68. WALKER MC; SANDER JWAS
      THE IMPACT OF NEW ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS ON THE PROGNOSIS OF EPILEPSY - SEIZURE FREEDOM SHOULD BE THE ULTIMATE GOAL

      Neurology
    69. SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      EPIDEMIOLOGY OF THE EPILEPSIES

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    70. NASHEF L; WALKER F; ALLEN P; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD; FISH DR
      APNEA AND BRADYCARDIA DURING EPILEPTIC SEIZURES - RELATION TO SUDDEN-DEATH IN EPILEPSY

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    71. LI LM; NASHEF L; MORIARTY J; DUNCAN JS; SANDER JWAS
      FELBAMATE AS ADD-ON THERAPY

      European neurology
    72. ODONOGHUE MF; DUNCAN JS; SANDER JWAS
      THE NATIONAL HOSPITAL SEIZURE SEVERITY SCALE - A FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHALFONT SEIZURE SEVERITY SCALE

      Epilepsia
    73. WALKER MC; COCKERELL OC; SANDER JWAS
      VIGABATRIN AND CARBAMAZEPINE MONOTHERAPY FOR NEWLY-DIAGNOSED EPILEPSY

      Archives of neurology
    74. COCKERELL OC; GUPTA S; CATCHPOLE M; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      THE BRITISH-NEUROLOGICAL-SURVEILLANCE-UNIT - A NATIONWIDE SCHEME FOR THE ASCERTAINMENT OF RARE NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS

      Neuroepidemiology
    75. PLACENCIA M; FARMER PJ; JUMBO L; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      LEVELS OF STIGMATIZATION OF PATIENTS WITH PREVIOUSLY UNTREATED EPILEPSY IN NORTHERN ECUADOR

      Neuroepidemiology
    76. COCKERELL OC; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      REMISSION OF EPILEPSY

      Lancet
    77. COCKERELL OC; JOHNSON AL; SANDER JWAS; HART YM; SHORVON SD
      REMISSION OF EPILEPSY - RESULTS FROM THE NATIONAL GENERAL-PRACTICE STUDY OF EPILEPSY

      Lancet
    78. ODONOGHUE MF; SANDER JWAS
      LAMOTRIGINE VERSUS CARBAMAZEPINE IN EPILEPSY

      Lancet
    79. NASHET L; WALKER F; SANDER JWAS; FISH DR; SHORVON SD
      APNEA AND BRADYCARDIA DURING EPILEPTIC SEIZURES - RELATION TO SUDDEN DEATHS IN EPILEPSY

      Neurology
    80. NASHEF L; FISH DR; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      INCIDENCE OF SUDDEN UNEXPECTED DEATH IN AN ADULT OUTPATIENT COHORT WITH EPILEPSY AT A TERTIARY REFERRAL CENTER

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    81. NASHEF L; FISH DR; GARNER S; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      SUDDEN-DEATH IN EPILEPSY - A STUDY OF INCIDENCE IN A YOUNG COHORT WITH EPILEPSY AND LEARNING-DIFFICULTY

      Epilepsia
    82. PATSALOS PN; WALKER MC; RATNARAJ N; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      THE PHARMACOKINETICS OF LEVETIRACETAM (UCB LO59) IN PATIENTS WITH INTRACTABLE EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    83. ODONOGHUE MF; HARKNESS JSDW; SANDER JWAS
      QUALITY-OF-LIFE AFTER EPILEPSY SURGERY - A COMPARISON OF 2 SCALES

      Epilepsia
    84. COCKRELL C; MORARITY J; TRIMBLE MR; SHORVON SD; SANDER JWAS
      EPIDEMIOLOGIC SURVEY OF ACUTE PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS IN EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    85. OCONNELL MT; DOHENY HC; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD; PATSALOS PN
      ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG-MONITORING BY INTRAVENOUS MICRODIALYSIS IN PATIENTS WITH EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    86. COCKERELL OC; SANDER JWAS; JOHNSON A; SHORVON SD
      REMISSION IN EPILEPSY - TERMINAL AND CUMULATIVE REMISSION OF NEWLY-DIAGNOSED EPILEPSY IN THE NATIONAL GENERAL-PRACTICE STUDY OF EPILEPSY - A PROSPECTIVE POPULATION-BASED STUDY

      Epilepsia
    87. COCKERELL OC; KLEIN J; GUPTA S; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      REMISSION OF INTRACTABLE EPILEPSY IN ELDERLY PATIENTS IN A SELECTED POPULATION IN LONG-TERM RESIDENTIAL CARE

      Epilepsia
    88. SANDER JWAS
      NEW ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS - IMPACT ON PROGNOSIS

      Epilepsia
    89. QUIRK JA; FISH DR; SMITH SJM; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD; ALLEN PJ
      INCIDENCE OF PHOTOSENSITIVE EPILEPSY - A PROSPECTIVE NATIONAL STUDY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    90. WALKER MC; SANDER JWAS
      OVERTREATMENT WITH ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS - HOW EXTENSIVE IS THE PROBLEM

      CNS DRUGS
    91. COCKERELL OC; HART YM; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      THE COST OF EPILEPSY IN THE UNITED-KINGDOM - AN ESTIMATION BASED ON THE RESULTS OF 2 POPULATION-BASED STUDIES

      Epilepsy research
    92. COCKERELL OC; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      MORTALITY IN EPILEPSY - REPLY

      Lancet
    93. COCKERELL OC; JOHNSON AL; SANDER JWAS; HART YM; GOODRIDGE DMG; SHORVON SD
      MORTALITY FROM EPILEPSY - RESULTS FROM A PROSPECTIVE POPULATION-BASEDSTUDY

      Lancet
    94. PATSALOS PN; SANDER JWAS
      NEWER ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS - TOWARDS AN IMPROVED RISK-BENEFIT RATIO

      Drug safety
    95. COCKERELL OC; WALKER MC; SANDER JWAS; SHORVON SD
      COMPLEX PARTIAL STATUS EPILEPTICUS - A RECURRENT PROBLEM

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    96. PLACENCIA M; SANDER JWAS; ROMAN M; MADERA A; CRESPO F; CASCANTE S; SHORVON SD
      THE CHARACTERISTICS OF EPILEPSY IN A LARGELY UNTREATED POPULATION IN RURAL ECUADOR

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    97. CAPLAN LR; SANDER JWAS; BROMFIELD EB; LEPPIK IE
      SHOULD SINGLE EPILEPTIC SEIZURES BE TREATED

      European neurology
    98. WALKER MC; SANDER JWAS
      CONSULTATIO-EPISTULAE - THE WAY FORWARD

      BMJ. British medical journal
    99. ODONOGHUE M; SANDER JWAS
      PREVENTING NEUROCYSTICERCOSIS

      BMJ. British medical journal
    100. SVEINBJORNSDOTTIR S; SANDER JWAS; UPTON D; THOMPSON PJ; PATSALOS PN; HIRT D; EMRE M; LOWE D; DUNCAN JS
      THE EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID ANTAGONIST D-CPP-ENE (SDZ EAA-494) IN PATIENTS WITH EPILEPSY

      Epilepsy research


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