neurology
Seizures

Lessons learned from a new-onset seizure clinic


An evaluation of a paediatric new-onset seizure clinic (NOSC) has found diagnostic accuracy is enhanced, reducing the risk of overtreating children with anti-epileptic medications. A review of the first 200 patients seen at the clinic at the Princess Margaret Hospital for Children in Perth from 2011 showed just over half (55%) were classified as epilepsy ...

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