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Antiepileptics
Epilepsy is defined as chronic CNS disorder characterized by brief episodes of seizure
Dilantin
Sion
Cerebyx
Phenytoin
Seizure
*Gum Inflammation*
* Ataxia, nystagmus*
Depakene
Valproic Acid
Seizure
*Hepatic toxicity, bleeding*
Depakote
Na Valproate
Seizure
*Hepatic Toxicity, bleeding*
Neurontin
Gabapentin
Seizure
*Ataxia, nystagmus*
Lamictal
Lamotrigin
Seizure
Barbital
Phenobarbital
Seizure
*hang-over effect, dizziness, drowsiness*
Tegretol
Carbamazepine
Seizure
*aplastic anemia, agranulocytosis*
Milontin
Phensuximide
Seizure
*Blood dyscrasia*
Celontin
Methsuximide
Seizure
*Blood Dyscrasia*
Mysoline
Primidone
Seizure
*hang-over effect, dizziness, drowsiness*
Ataxia
Unsteady movement of the body
Aplastic Anemia
Abnormality in blood due to bone marrow of blood
Blood Dyscrasia
Blood disorder
Agranulocytosis
Abnormally low count of aganulocytes in the blood