epilepsy

GlenAckerm glenackerm at aol.com
Wed Dec 7 21:50:47 EST 1994


In article <3bj8kj$qil at news.cc.oberlin.edu>, srm5245 at ocvaxa.cc.oberlin.edu
(E-MAIL VIXEN) writes:

Dilantin is a standard treatment for complex partial seizures, and is
probably as  effective as Tegretol.  Lots of good literature about
epilepsy--there are a number of national organizations. You should contact
the Cleveland Clinic Neurology Department--they can probably give you
information about support groups, literature, etc.

Glen Ackerman M.D. (neurology)



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