volume 10, issue 5, P118-123 1969
DOI: 10.1016/s0001-2092(08)70837-8
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Abstract: From these it is clear that five of the cases are in fact true epileptics having fits. In another five or even six, however, there is no more basis for diagnosis of epilepsy than electrocardiograms which are either normal (two cases) or just outside the limits of normal (four cases) together, of course, with an immediate response to phenobarbitone. The monograph is rounded off by Appendix A, analysing the author's 100 cases of convulsive disorders, and Appendix B which, even more irrelevantly to the main thesi…

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