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Kumar N.,Vydehi Institute of Medical science and Research Center | Chakraborty A.,Pharmacology and Vydehi Institute of Medical science and Research Center | Suresh S.,Vydehi Institute of Medical science and Research Center | Basappaji S.,Vydehi Institute of Medical science and Research Center | Betdur A.,Vydehi Institute of Medical science and Research Center
Indian Journal of Pharmacology | Year: 2013

Epilepsy is an important health problem due to its high prevalence and potential for causing long-term morbidity. It is commonly treated in children with phenytoin sodium. It has wide pharmacokinetic variability and a narrow therapeutic range that leads to toxicity. Here, we report a case of phenytoin-induced cerebellar atrophy in a 16-year-old epileptic boy who presented to the hospital with a viral infection.

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