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Status epilepticus: pathophysiology and management in adults
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Status epilepticus: pathophysiology and management in adults

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As in Clark and Prout's classic work, we identify three phases of generalised convulsive status epilepticus, which we call impending, established, and subtle. We review physiological and subcellular changes that might play a part in the transition from single seizures to status epilepticus and in the development of time-dependent pharmacoresistance. We review the ...

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