Chaturbhuj Rathore

Summary

Country: India

Publications

  1. Rathore C, Jeyaraj M, Dash G, Wattamwar P, Baheti N, Sarma S, et al. Outcome after seizure recurrence on antiepileptic drug withdrawal following temporal lobectomy. Neurology. 2018;91:e208-e216 pubmed publisher
    ..Patients with seizure recurrence on AED withdrawal have good outcome with 86% becoming seizure-free and 18% becoming drug-free after initial recurrence. A FND20 score helps in predicting recurrence on AED withdrawal. ..
  2. Rathore C, Wattamwar P, Baheti N, Jeyaraj M, Dash G, Sarma S, et al. Optimal timing and differential significance of postoperative awake and sleep EEG to predict seizure outcome after temporal lobectomy. Clin Neurophysiol. 2018;129:1907-1912 pubmed publisher
    ..Sleep record increases the sensitivity of postoperative EEG without compromising specificity. Both awake and sleep EEG provide useful information in postoperative period following ATL. ..
  3. Prakash S, Rathore C, Makwana P. Hemicrania continua with contralateral cranial autonomic features: a case report. J Headache Pain. 2015;16:21 pubmed publisher
    ..The dichotomy of pain and autonomic features is in accordance with the concept about the possibility of two separate pathways for pain and autonomic features in trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias. ..
  4. Dash G, Rathore C, Jeyaraj M, Wattamwar P, Sarma S, Radhakrishnan K. Interictal regional paroxysmal fast activity on scalp EEG is common in patients with underlying gliosis. Clin Neurophysiol. 2018;129:946-951 pubmed publisher
    ..In developing countries, focal gliosis is more common than FCD as the underlying etiology in patients with RPFA on scalp EEG. Focal gliosis should be considered as one of the common substrate for RPFA on scalp EEG. ..