Recent advances in clinical epilepsy have included improved systems for classifying seizures and epileptic syndromes, better definition of nontemporal seizures, improved methods for distinguishing syncope and pseudoseizures from epilepsy, and new approaches in the management of pregnant women with epilepsy. There has been continued development of the concept that epilepsy is a heterogeneous disorder with many imitators. Treatment is most successful when tailored to the particular seizure type, epileptic syndrome, and special needs of the individual patient.
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