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The efficacy of an educational treatment program for patients with epilepsy (MOSES): results of a controlled, randomized study
TW May, M Pfäfflin
Epilepsia 43 (5), 539-549, 2002
2792002
Clinical pharmacokinetics of oxcarbazepine
TW May, E Korn-Merker, B Rambeck
Clinical pharmacokinetics 42 (12), 1023-1042, 2003
2702003
Interictal EEG and ictal scalp EEG propagation are highly predictive of surgical outcome in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy
R Schulz, HO Lüders, M Hoppe, I Tuxhorn, T May, A Ebner
Epilepsia 41 (5), 564-570, 2000
2202000
The contribution of 18F-FDG PET in preoperative epilepsy surgery evaluation for patients with temporal lobe epilepsy: a meta-analysis
O Willmann, R Wennberg, T May, FG Woermann, B Pohlmann-Eden
Seizure 16 (6), 509-520, 2007
2052007
Incidence of epilepsies and epileptic syndromes in children and adolescents: a population-based prospective study in Germany
CM Freitag, TW May, M Pfafflin, S Konig, D Rating
Epilepsia 42 (8), 979-85, 2001
2042001
Incidence of epilepsies and epileptic syndromes in children and adolescents: a population-based prospective study in Germany
CM Freitag, TW May, M Pfafflin, S Konig, D Rating
Epilepsia 42 (8), 979-985, 2001
2042001
Comparison of brain extracellular fluid, brain tissue, cerebrospinal fluid, and serum concentrations of antiepileptic drugs measured intraoperatively in patients with …
B Rambeck, UH Jürgens, TW May, H Wolfgang Pannek, F Behne, ...
Epilepsia 47 (4), 681-694, 2006
1762006
Prevalence of anxiety disorders in patients with refractory focal epilepsy—a prospective clinic based survey
C Brandt, M Schoendienst, M Trentowska, TW May, B Pohlmann-Eden, ...
Epilepsy & Behavior 17 (2), 259-263, 2010
1392010
Lateralizing semiology predicts the seizure outcome after epilepsy surgery in the posterior cortex
F Boesebeck, R Schulz, T May, A Ebner
Brain 125 (10), 2320-2331, 2002
1372002
Concentrations of lamotrigine in a mother on lamotrigine treatment and her newborn child
B Rambeck, G Kurlemann, SRG Stodieck, TW May, U Jürgens
European journal of clinical pharmacology 51 (6), 481-484, 1997
1321997
Trends in epilepsy surgery: stable surgical numbers despite increasing presurgical volumes
T Cloppenborg, TW May, I Blümcke, P Grewe, LJ Hopf, T Kalbhenn, ...
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 87 (12), 1322-1329, 2016
1282016
Serum concentrations of lamotrigine in epileptic patients: the influence of dose and comedication
TW May, B Rambeck, U Jürgens
Therapeutic drug monitoring 18 (5), 523-531, 1996
1191996
Serum concentrations of topiramate in patients with epilepsy: influence of dose, age, and comedication
TW May, B Rambeck, U Jürgens
Therapeutic drug monitoring 24 (3), 366-374, 2002
1102002
Influence of oxcarbazepine and methsuximide on lamotrigine concentrations in epileptic patients with and without valproic acid comedication: results of a retrospective study
TW May, B Rambeck, U Jürgens
Therapeutic drug monitoring 21 (2), 175-181, 1999
1101999
Serum concentrations of levetiracetam in epileptic patients: the influence of dose and co-medication
TW May, B Rambeck, U Jürgens
Therapeutic drug monitoring 25 (6), 690-699, 2003
1032003
Epilepsy in the elderly: comparing clinical characteristics with younger patients
H Stefan, TW May, M Pfäfflin, C Brandt, N Füratsch, B Schmitz, ...
Acta Neurologica Scandinavica 129 (5), 283-293, 2014
1022014
Anti‐contactin‐associated protein‐2 encephalitis: relevance of antibody titres, presentation and outcome
CG Bien, Z Mirzadjanova, C Baumgartner, MD Onugoren, T Grunwald, ...
European journal of neurology 24 (1), 175-186, 2017
982017
Serum concentrations of carbamazepine and its epoxide and diol metabolites in epileptic patients: the influence of dose and comedication.
B Rambeck, T May, U Juergens
Therapeutic drug monitoring 9 (3), 298-303, 1987
971987
Levetiracetam in children with refractory epilepsy: a multicenter open label study in Germany
J Opp, I Tuxhorn, T May, G Kluger, A Wiemer-Kruel, G Kurlemann, ...
Seizure 14 (7), 476-484, 2005
952005
Intravaginally applied metronidazole is as effective as orally applied in the treatment of bacterial vaginosis, but exhibits significantly less side effects
M Brandt, C Abels, T May, K Lohmann, I Schmidts-Winkler, UB Hoyme
European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology 141 (2 …, 2008
942008
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