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Long-term perspectives of epilepsy treatment and care Yushi Inoue, M.D. Shizuoka Institute of Epilepsy and Neurological Disorders A long-term treatment starts once epilepsy was diagnosed and first medication was given. In addition to seizure cessation, drug choice should orient to avoid various adverse effects in various stages of life. When 2 drugs failed to stop seizures for at least 1 year, other therapeutic options including surgery should be considered before adjusting further medications.doi:10.5692/clinicalneurol.52.1039 pmid:23196509 fatcat:m5esyack6rgf3hpvp7ifjqanrm