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Absence of clinical or physiological changes during short-term cerebellar stimulation in a patient with Lafora body disease.
  1. G D Wright,
  2. D L McLellan


    A 17-year-old girl with Lafora body disease received short-term stimulation but her epilepsy failed to improve and no changes were detected in her EEG. Neither visual nor somatosensory evoked potentials were changed by short bursts of cerebellar stimulation.

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