edited by Astrid Nehlig, Jacques Motte, Solomon L. Moshé, and Perrine Plouin, 311 pp, $103, ISBN 0-86196-578-7, London, England, John Libbey & Co Ltd, 1999.
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In Oberni, France, in 1997, clinicians and scientists convened to discuss the mechanism and treatment of epilepsy in the developing brain. The result of their exhaustive deliberations is Childhood Epilepsies and Brain Development. Seizures and epilepsy are common problems in infancy and childhood, and despite tremendous advances in this area, several questions remain unanswered. These questions were formulated at the onset of the conference in Oberni, and both clinicians and scientists joined together to find new avenues for research and a plan to improve care for children with epilepsy. The participants addressed the following questions concerning epilepsy:
Childhood Epilepsies and Brain Development. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2000;154(8):854. doi:10.1001/archpedi.154.8.854