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Epidemiological aspects of epilepsy in the children of a piedmontese district alba bra italy

, : Epidemiological aspects of epilepsy in the children of a piedmontese district alba bra italy. Panminerva Medica 26(2): 113-118

This research is part of an effort to develop a comprehensive diagnostic and preventive program for epilepsy in Piedmont (Italy). The investigation provided a reasonable estimation of the prevalence and incidence of epilepsy among children (aged 1 mo.-14 yr) in the Alba-Bra district. The research also attempted to identify the possible etiological factors of this illness.

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