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Someone with the most extreme and uncontrollable forms of epilepsy, who has frequent seizures that affect both sides of the brain. Typically, treatment with antiseizure medications hasn't worked.

From: Epilepsy and the Corpus Callosotomy WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCE: New York University Langone Medical Center. 

Reviewed by Neil Lava on July 07, 2018

SOURCE: New York University Langone Medical Center. 

Reviewed by Neil Lava on July 07, 2018

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