PMID: 5233983Sep 1, 1967Paper

The prognosis of epilepsy with special reference to traffic security

Epilepsia
V KühlM Lund

Abstract

No abstract listed.

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Jan 1, 1993·Journal of Neurology·F BartolomeiJ L Gastaut
Aug 1, 1987·Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology·J A Mace, W M Burnham
Jan 1, 1977·Folia Psychiatrica Et Neurologica Japonica·Y Fukushima
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May 1, 1994·Epilepsia·Phiroze Hansotia
Jun 9, 2006·Epilepsy Currents·W Donald Shields
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Jun 3, 2005·Clinical Medicine & Research·Steven H YaleJohn Ehrfurth
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