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This book, the second in the Series en Neurologia, a collection of monographs published in Spanish by the Mexican Academy of Neurology, is intended to make accessible to the practicing physician up-to-date clinical and scientific information. The contents of Epilepsia Experimental are based on a course sponsored by the Mexican Society of Physiological Sciences held in Guadalajara, Mexico, in August 1990 under the direction of one of the coauthors (S.B.).
This book is organized into 21 chapters written by Mexican and North American participants in the conference. Some of the manuscripts were translated from English by members of the Mexican Academy of Neurology. The book is organized into three sections covering general epilepsies, focal epilepsies, and the pharmacology of the epilepsies. There is a mixture of basic neuroscience and clinical information, with a definite tilt toward the former. The small print allows inclusion of more information in the form of
Culebras A. Epilepsia Experimental. Arch Neurol. 1992;49(9):898–899. doi:10.1001/archneur.1992.00530330016003
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