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Surgery in Epilepsy – How Advances in Human Neurology Can Benefit Veterinary Patients

Marios Charalambous

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This article reports the evidence behind pre-surgical evaluation and epilepsy surgery in human patients with drug-resistant idiopathic epilepsy and how this could potentially form the basis for the treatment of canine drug-resistant epilepsy in the future.

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