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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 115, Supplement 186, April 2007

Advances in the pathophysiology of status epilepticus
pp. 7-15(9)
Authors: Chen, J. W. Y.; Naylor, D. E.; Wasterlain, C. G.

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Inflammation contributes to seizure-induced hippocampal injury in the neonatal rat brain
pp. 16-20(5)
Authors: Sankar, R.; Auvin, S.; Mazarati, A.; Shin, D.

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Childhood convulsive status epilepticus: epidemiology, management and outcome
pp. 21-24(4)
Authors: Neville, B. G. R.; Chin, R. F. M.; Scott, R. C.

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Hippocampal volumes and diffusion-weighted image findings in children with prolonged febrile seizures
pp. 25-28(4)
Authors: Natsume, J.; Bernasconi, N.; Miyauchi, M.; Naiki, M.; Yokotsuka, T.; Sofue, A.; Bernasconi, A.

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Magnetoencephalography for surgical treatment of refractory status epilepticus
pp. 29-36(8)
Authors: Mohamed, I. S.; Otsubo, H.; Donner, E.; Ochi, A.; Sharma, R.; Drake, J.; Rutka, J. T.; Chuang, S. H.; Holowka, S.; Snead III, O. C.

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Acute encephalopathy associated with influenza and other viral infections
pp. 45-56(12)
Authors: Mizuguchi, M.; Yamanouchi, H.; Ichiyama, T.; Shiomi, M.

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First-line therapy for theophylline-associated seizures
pp. 57-61(5)
Author: Yoshikawa, H.

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Abstracts
pp. 71-86(16)

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