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Pulmonary Edema and Simultaneous Cardiac Dysfunction After Epileptic Seizures
Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences
It is reported that at least 25% of people with epilepsy are women of child-bearing age. Levetiracetam, a second generation antiepileptic drug, has been preferred in pregnancy and lactation due to promising safety in pregnancy 1,2 . Herein, we report a pregnant case of levetiracetam induced pancreatitis. Twenty-five year old pregnant woman at 27 weeks gestation was consulted to gastroenterology department due to abdominal pain, nausea and hyperamilasemia of 396 u/L (normal range in ourdoi:10.1017/s0317167100022630 fatcat:q55o6wqpejdqtbot5vorvnu7si