Gastaut, Henri

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Gastaut,

Henri, French biologist, 1915–.
Gastaut syndrome - juvenile hemiplegic epilepsy with ipsilateral signs.
Lennox-Gastaut syndrome - see under Lennox
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Bailey Williams, 12, tried 15 drugs, with side effects including tremors and hair loss, before doctors diagnosed Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, a rare form of drug resistant epilepsy.
Over the next few years the youngster tried different medication before Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, which affects between 1% and 5% of epilepsy cases, was diagnosed when he was six.
Paul said: "Mark had Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, a severe form of epilepsy.
The youngster suffers from Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, a rare form of epilepsy which affects only about 400 people in Britain.
He added: "Lennox Gastaut Syndrome is drug resistant which means you can be treated with one drug for say four months but then you have to try a different one.
Mum-of-two Mary is a full-time carer to her daughter Elizabeth, 33, who has Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, a severe form of epilepsy.
Bailey has Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, which is a severe form of epilepsy.
Karina has Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, which means she suffers from seizures and she also has autism.