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    1. Perucca, E; Dulac, O; Shorvon, S; Tomson, T
      Harnessing the clinical potential of antiepileptic drug therapy - Dosage optimisation

      CNS DRUGS
    2. Kalviainen, R; Nousiainen, I
      Visual field defects with vigabatrin - Epidemiology and therapeutic implications

      CNS DRUGS
    3. Wellington, K; Goa, KL
      Oxcarbazepine - An update of its efficacy in the management of epilepsy

      CNS DRUGS
    4. Brodie, MJ; Kwan, P
      The Star Systems - Overview and use in determining antiepileptic drug choice

      CNS DRUGS
    5. Giorgi, L; Gomez, G; O'Neill, F; Hammer, AE; Risner, M
      The tolerability of lamotrigine in elderly patients with epilepsy

      DRUGS & AGING
    6. Anderson, GD; Miller, JW
      The newer antiepileptic drugs: Their collective role and defining characteristics

      FORMULARY
    7. Brodie, MJ
      Monotherapy trials: prerequisite data

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    8. Bien, CG; Elger, CE
      Monotherapy trials in antiepileptic drugs: are modified "presurgical studies" a way out of the dilemma?

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    9. Bialer, M; Johannessen, SI; Kupferberg, HJ; Levy, RH; Loiseau, P; Perucca, E
      Progress report on new antiepileptic drugs: a summary of the Fifth Eilat Conference (EILAT V)

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    10. Schachter, SC
      Epilepsy

      NEUROLOGIC CLINICS
    11. Kwan, P; Brodie, MJ
      Neuropsychological effects of epilepsy and antiepileptic drugs

      LANCET
    12. Arroyo, S; Kramer, G
      Treating epilepsy in the elderly - Safety considerations

      DRUG SAFETY
    13. Meador, KJ; Loring, DW; Ray, PG; Murro, AM; King, DW; Perrine, KR; Vazquez, BR; Kiolbasa, T
      Differential cognitive and behavioral effects of carbamazepine and lamotrigine

      NEUROLOGY
    14. Berg, AT; Shinnar, S; Levy, SR; Testa, FM; Smith-Rapaport, S; Beckerman, B
      Early development of intractable epilepsy in children - A prospective study

      NEUROLOGY
    15. Rabasseda, X
      Oxcarbazepine: Anticonvulsant profile and safety

      DRUGS OF TODAY
    16. Marson, AG; Chadwick, DW
      New drug treatments for epilepsy

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    17. Jallon, P; Loiseau, P; Loiseau, J
      Newly diagnosed unprovoked epileptic seizures: Presentation at diagnosis in CAROLE study

      EPILEPSIA
    18. Kwan, P; Brodie, MJ
      Effectiveness of first antiepileptic drug

      EPILEPSIA
    19. Perucca, E
      The management of refractory idiopathic epilepsies

      EPILEPSIA
    20. Gatti, G; Bonomi, I; Jannuzzi, G; Perucca, E
      The new antiepileptic drugs: Pharmacological and clinical aspects

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    21. Morton, LD; Pellock, JM
      Overview of childhood epilepsy and epileptic syndromes and advances in therapy

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    22. Camfield, PR; Camfield, CS
      Treatment of children with "ordinary" epilepsy

      EPILEPTIC DISORDERS
    23. Schachter, SC
      The next wave of anticonvulsants - Focus on levetiracetam, oxcarbazepine and zonisamide

      CNS DRUGS
    24. Willmore, LJ
      Choice and use of newer anticonvulsant drugs in older patients

      DRUGS & AGING
    25. Pellock, JM; Morton, LD
      Treatment of epilepsy in the multiply handicapped

      MENTAL RETARDATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES RESEARCH REVIEWS
    26. Leach, JP
      Antiepileptic drugs: safety in numbers?

      SEIZURE-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPILEPSY
    27. Perucca, E; Beghi, E; Dulac, O; Shorvon, S; Tomson, T
      Assessing risk to benefit ratio in antiepileptic drug therapy

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    28. Belmin, J; Marquet, T; Oasi, S; Pariel-Madjlessi, S
      Use of anti-epilepsy agents in the elderly

      PRESSE MEDICALE
    29. Kramer, G
      Oxcarbazepine (Trileptal (R)): A new antiepileptic drug for mono- and add-on-therapy

      AKTUELLE NEUROLOGIE
    30. Schmidt, D; Brandl, U; Elger, CE; Kramer, G; Siemes, H; Stephani, U; Aksu, F; Boenigk, HE; Froscher, W; Keimer, R; Kluger, G; Kurlemann, G; Rochel, M; Schmitz, B; Stefan, H; Stodieck, S
      The current role of vigabatrin (Sabril (R)) in the treatment of epilepsies: Results of a consensus conference

      AKTUELLE NEUROLOGIE
    31. Meador, KJ
      Current discoveries on the cognitive effects of antiepileptic drugs

      PHARMACOTHERAPY
    32. Chiron, C; Marchand, MC; Tran, A; Rey, E; d'Athis, P; Vincent, J; Dulac, O; Pons, G
      Stiripentol in severe myoclonic epilepsy in infancy: a randomised placebo-controlled syndrome-dedicated trial

      LANCET
    33. Wong, ICK; Lhatoo, SD
      Adverse reactions to new anticonvulsant drugs

      DRUG SAFETY
    34. Sachdeo, R
      Challenging our past paradigm in the management of epilepsy

      NEUROLOGY
    35. Schmidt, D; Elger, CE
      Oxcarbazepine - a new, effective, and well-tolerated first-choice medication for the treatment of focal seizures

      NERVENARZT
    36. Abetz, L; Jacoby, A; Baker, GA; McNulty, P
      Patient-based assessments of quality of life in newly diagnosed epilepsy patients: Validation of the NEWQOL

      EPILEPSIA
    37. Li, LM; Dubeau, F; Andermann, F; Arnold, DL
      Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging studies in patients with newly diagnosed partial epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    38. Sabers, A; Gram, L
      Newer anticonvulsants - Comparative review of drug interactions and adverse effects

      DRUGS
    39. King-Stephens, D
      The treatment of epilepsy in the elderly

      CNS DRUGS
    40. Perucca, E; Tomson, T
      Monotherapy trials with the new antiepileptic drugs: study designs, practical relevance and ethical implications

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    41. Gareri, P; Gravina, T; Ferreri, G; De Sarro, G
      Treatment of epilepsy in the elderly

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    42. Chadwick, D
      The use of new antiepileptic drugs

      JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF LONDON
    43. Pellock, JM
      Managing pediatric epilepsy syndromes with new antiepileptic drugs

      PEDIATRICS
    44. Arroyo, S; Sander, JWAS
      Carbamazepine in comparative trials - Pharmacokinetic characteristics too often forgotten

      NEUROLOGY
    45. Brodie, MJ
      Monostars: An aid to choosing an antiepileptic drug as monotherapy

      EPILEPSIA
    46. Tecoma, ES
      Oxcarbazepine

      EPILEPSIA
    47. Chadwick, D
      Does withdrawal of different antiepileptic drugs have different effects onseizure recurrence? Further results from the MRC Antiepileptic Drug Withdrawal Study

      BRAIN
    48. SANDER JWAS
      NEW DRUGS FOR EPILEPSY

      Current opinion in neurology
    49. MEADOR KJ
      COGNITIVE SIDE-EFFECTS OF MEDICATIONS

      Neurologic clinics
    50. SCHNEIDERMAN JH
      MONOTHERAPY VERSUS POLYTHERAPY IN EPILEPSY - A FRAMEWORK FOR PATIENT-MANAGEMENT

      Canadian journal of neurological sciences
    51. LEACH JP; BRODIE MJ
      TIAGABINE

      Lancet
    52. HERMAN ST; PEDLEY TA
      NEW OPTIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    53. BAZIL CW; PEDLEY TA
      ADVANCES IN THE MEDICAL-TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY

      Annual review of medicine
    54. PERUCCA E
      INNOVATIVE MONOTHERAPY TRIAL DESIGNS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS - A CRITICAL-APPRAISAL

      European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
    55. PELLOCK JM
      TREATMENT OF SEIZURES AND EPILEPSY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

      Neurology
    56. BOOTH F; BUCKLEY D; CAMFIELD C; CAMFIELD P; DARWISH H; DOOLEY J; FARRELL K; GORDON K; HWANG P; LANGEVIN P; LARBRISSEAU A; LOWRY N; MEEK D; MUNN R; REGGIN J; RONEN G; SINCLAIR B; TIBBLES J; WHITING S; WILFONG A; YAGER J
      CLOBAZAM HAS EQUIVALENT EFFICACY TO CARBAMAZEPINE AND PHENYTOIN AS MONOTHERAPY FOR CHILDHOOD EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    57. BAKER GA; CAMFIELD C; CAMFIELD P; CRAMER JA; ELGER CE; JOHNSON AL; DASILVA AM; MEINARDI H; MUNARI C; PERUCCA E; THORBECKE R
      COMMISSION ON OUTCOME MEASUREMENT IN EPILEPSY, 1994-1997 - FINAL REPORT

      Epilepsia
    58. LEACH JP
      POLYPHARMACY WITH ANTICONVULSANTS - FOCUS ON SYNERGISM

      CNS DRUGS
    59. EADIE MJ
      PLACE OF ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG-COMBINATIONS

      Journal of clinical neuroscience
    60. PERUCCA E
      EVALUATION OF DRUG-TREATMENT OUTCOME IN EPILEPSY - A CLINICAL PERSPECTIVE

      Pharmacy world & science
    61. CHAPMAN DP; GILES WH
      PHARMACOLOGICAL AND DIETARY THERAPIES IN EPILEPSY - CONVENTIONAL TREATMENTS AND RECENT ADVANCES

      Southern medical journal
    62. BAULAC M; ARZIMANOGLOU A; SEMAH F; CAVALCANTI D
      THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS PROVIDED BY THE NEW A NTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS

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

      Neurology
    64. CAMFIELD PR; CAMFIELD CS; GORDON K; DOOLEY JM
      IF A FIRST ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG FAILS TO CONTROL A CHILDS EPILEPSY, WHAT ARE THE CHANCES OF SUCCESS WITH THE NEXT DRUG

      The Journal of pediatrics
    65. THOMAS RJ
      SEIZURES AND EPILEPSY IN THE ELDERLY

      Archives of internal medicine
    66. REYNOLDS EH
      POLYTHERAPY REVISITED

      European journal of neurology
    67. WILSON EA; BRODIE MJ
      NEW ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS

      Bailliere's clinical neurology
    68. DRANE DL; MEADOR KJ
      EPILEPSY, ANTICONVULSANT DRUGS AND COGNITION

      Bailliere's clinical neurology
    69. TANGANELLI P; REGESTA G
      VIGABATRIN VS CARBAMAZEPINE MONOTHERAPY IN NEWLY-DIAGNOSED FOCAL EPILEPSY - A RANDOMIZED-RESPONSE CONDITIONAL CROSS-OVER STUDY

      Epilepsy research
    70. BIALER M; JOHANNESSEN SI; KUPFERBERG HJ; LEVY RH; LOISEAU P; PERUCCA E
      PROGRESS REPORT ON NEW ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS - A SUMMARY OF THE 3RD EILAT CONFERENCE

      Epilepsy research
    71. PERUCCA E
      THE NEW-GENERATION OF ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS - ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES

      British journal of clinical pharmacology
    72. MATTSON RH
      THE ROLE OF THE OLD AND THE NEW ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS IN SPECIAL POPULATIONS - MENTAL AND MULTIPLE HANDICAPS

      Epilepsia
    73. APPLETON RE
      THE NEW ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS

      Archives of Disease in Childhood
    74. KALVIAINEN R; KERANEN T; RIEKKINEN PJ
      PLACE OF NEWER ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY

      Drugs


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