癫痫杂志

癫痫杂志

成人癫痫患者共患躯体疾病的抗癫痫药物选择

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癫痫共患躯体疾病现象普遍,在治疗方面尚无指南或专家共识。文章在检索癫痫共患病、各脏器疾病与癫痫发作、癫痫的药物治疗等方面文献之后,对癫痫共患躯体疾病的抗癫痫药物选择进行讨论,并按照躯体疾病的分类进行综述,旨在为解决癫痫共患躯体疾病可能遇到的临床实际问题提供参考,指导临床用药。

关键词: 癫痫; 躯体疾病; 治疗

引用本文: 陈艳艳, 林卫红. 成人癫痫患者共患躯体疾病的抗癫痫药物选择. 癫痫杂志, 2018, 4(4): 344-350. doi: 10.7507/2096-0247.20180057 复制

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