Learn & Earn

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Learn & Earn


Burnett, Erich, Medical Economics


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FIRST SEIZURES

Evaluation of seizures is a frequent task in clinical medicine, but misdiagiiosis rates range from 4.6 to 30 percent. Mischaracterizing a nonepileptic event as a seizure has significant potential for harming patients through unnecessary testing and treatment. When the nature of the event is not clear, it is important to consider common disorders that can be confused with seizures.

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