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 - a pupil at Ysgol Y Deri in Penarth - tried 15 drugs for his condition before doctors diagnosed him with Lennox Gastaut Syndrome.
In Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, both kinds of surgery has been used, however few authors have used for disconnection of partial lateral syndromes secondarily generalized.
This being unclassified epilepsy, patients with syndromes like Lennox Gastaut Syndrome come under this group.
Six Patients Treated with a Vagus Nerve Stimulation Device Number of Patients Out of n = 6 Etiology of Disease Perinatal damage 3 Hippocampal sclerosis 1 Heterotopie 2 Classification Multifocal epilepsy 1 Frontal lobe epilepsy 2 Temporal lobe epilepsy 2 Lennox Gastaut syndrome 1 Results Reduction of seizure frequency of at least 50% 2 Reduction of seizure intensity and/or duration 3 Positive psychological effect 1 Note: Mean duration of epilepsy--31.
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.
Bailey, a pupil at Ysgol Y Deri, in Penarth, tried 15 different types of medication for his condition, many of which had side effects including tremors, hair loss and drooling, before doctors diagnosed Lennox Gastaut Syndrome - a rare form of drug resistant epilepsy.
Mum-of-two Mary is a full-time carer to her daughter Elizabeth, 33, who has Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, a severe form of epilepsy.
Karina has Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, which means she suffers from seizures and she also has autism.
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.
Bailey has Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, which is a severe form of epilepsy.