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    Sir, We thank Kumar et al. for their interest in our recent article on retinal nerve fibre layer thickness (RNFL) in people with epilepsy. In their letter they raise a few points that we would like to address.

    1. Comparison between people with epilepsy and healthy controls. They suggest that a comparison between people with drug-resistant versus non- resistant epilepsy might have been more appropriate. However, a...

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    A radiological curiosity of hyperammonaemia!
    • Michael Kinney, Neurology doctor
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    We would like to draw attention to one important point in regard to hyperammonaemic encephalopathy which was not mentioned in the recent excellent article by Sutter and Kaplan discussing the imaging features of encephalopathy.

    The cases of hyperammonaemic encephalopathy with neuroimaging features number less than 10 in the reported literature. As the authors stated they can develop cortical signal abnormalitie...

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