Prediction of late seizures after ischaemic stroke with a novel prognostic model (the SeLECT score): a multivariable prediction model development and validation study

The Lancet Neurology

Fecha de publicación: February 2018


Autores: Marian Galovic, MD, Nico Döhler, Barbara Erdélyi-Canavese, MD, Ansgar Felbecker, MD, Philip Siebel, MD, Julian Conrad, MD, Prof Stefan Evers, PhD, Michael Winklehner, Tim J von Oertzen, FRCP, Hans-Peter Haring, MD, Anna Serafini, MD, Giorgia Gregoraci, MD, Mariarosaria Valente, MD, Francesco Janes, PhD, Prof Gian Luigi Gigli, MD, Mark R Keezer, MDCM, Prof John S Duncan, FRCP, Prof Josemir W Sander, FRCP, Prof Matthias J Koepp, PhD, Prof Barbara Tettenborn, MD

Objective: Stroke is one of the leading causes of acquired epilepsy in adults. An instrument to predict whether people are at high risk of developing post-stroke seizures is not available. We aimed to develop and validate a prognostic model of late (>7 days) seizures after ischaemic stroke.



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