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Can paroxysmal kinesigenic dyskinesia be treated without the use of carbamazapine ? And how ?

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Dr. William Betts
Neurosurgery

In brief: PKD treatment

May be treated with other anti-epileptic medications including dilantin, clonazepam.
It has been treated with other medications notably risperadon, levodopa, acetazolamide, flunarizine and tetrabenazine. Studies to date have been small and seemingly the carbamzapine works best.

In brief: PKD treatment

May be treated with other anti-epileptic medications including dilantin, clonazepam.
It has been treated with other medications notably risperadon, levodopa, acetazolamide, flunarizine and tetrabenazine. Studies to date have been small and seemingly the carbamzapine works best.
Dr. William Betts
Dr. William Betts
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