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Epileptic attacks of 38 patients as induced by pentamethylene were studied. This and analogous drugs have made possible an objective and controllable study of epilepsy comparable in every way to the spontaneous disease. Although the chief purpose of the author was the experimental study of the condition—and he does it quite thoroughly—the beneficial therapeutic effects observed are also recorded. The thesis is really a good monograph on the disease which the specialist would enjoy reading.
Contribución al estudio de la epilepsia experimental en el hombre. JAMA. 1943;121(15):1249. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840150063029
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