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FREQUENCY OF SEIZURES IN EPILEPSY Differences Between Deteriorated and Non-Deteriorated Patients.
Am J Psychiatry 1939;96:65-68.
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The department of nervous and mental diseases, Northwestern University School of Medicine and the Minnie Frances Kleman Memorial Fund.

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The frequency of seizures has heretofore been reported mainly in institutional deteriorated patients. A study of the frequency of seizures in a group of 317 non-institutional, non-deteriorated patient with epilepsy discloses that seizures are significantly less frequent in such a group than they are in deteriorated institutional patients.

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epilepsy ; seizures
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