Generalized Non Convulsive Epilepsy: Focus on Gaba-B Receptors


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Generalized non convulsive epilepsy (GNCE), also called absence or petit mal epilepsy, is a disease appearing during childhood. EEG, clinical, pharmacological and genetic characteristics differ from those of convulsive or focal epilepsies. No underlying structural or biochemical abnormality has been identified for generalized absence seizures and the etiology of this disorder is unknown. It is unlikely that the precise pathophysiology of GNCE can be resolved in studies that focus on humans. Therefore a number of animal ...

Generalized Non-Convulsive Epilepsy: Focus on Gaba-B Receptors 1992, Springer, Vienna, Austria

ISBN-13: 9783211823408

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