Neuroimaging Evaluation for First Attack of Unprovoked Non-febrile Seizure in Pediatrics: When to order.

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Summary of "Neuroimaging Evaluation for First Attack of Unprovoked Non-febrile Seizure in Pediatrics: When to order."

To assess the value of neuroimaging studies in evaluating pediatric patients presenting with first attack of non-febrile seizure.


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Name: Medical principles and practice : international journal of the Kuwait University, Health Science Centre
ISSN: 1423-0151


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