neurology

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Reassurance on neurodevelopmental risks from antiseizure medications Cognitive outcomes in children at 2 years of age do not appear to be impacted by exposure to anti seizure medications (ASMs) during pregnancy. A multicentre US study, published in JAMA Neurology, compared 292 children of women with epilepsy taking ASMs such as lamotrigine and/or levetiracetam, and 90 ...

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