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Medically refractory epilepsies account for 20–30% of the patients evaluated in an epilepsy centre. With more than 50% of paediatric epilepsies persisting into adulthood, it is very important for the epileptologist to have an updated understanding of the current advances in the field of medically refractory paediatric epileptic syndromes.
Refractory epilepsies are common in children. Medical intractability becomes quickly apparent after seizure onset in children with developmental epileptic encephalopathies .
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