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Check the credentials of the physicians; many doctors in other countries have been trained in the United States, Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
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ABSTRACT: Epilepsy and the corresponding seizure disorders, such as focal partialonset seizures, provide challenges for both patients and healthcare providers. Although many current treatment options show benefit in some patients, other patients have seizures that fail to respond to medications. Traditional medications, such as phenytoin, carbamazepine, and oxcarbazepine, are known for drugdrug interactions and intolerable adverse effects. Research has resulted in treatment advances for focal seizures. One new medication, eslicarbazepine, has been proven safe and effective for the treatment of focal seizure disorder. With convenient dosing and improved tolerability, eslicarbazepine and other new agents are considered suitable alternatives to traditional antiepileptics in selected patients.