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Fritz Emanuel Dreifuss - bibliography

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German-born British neurologist, born January 20, 1926, Dresden; died October 18, 1997.


  • R. Degen, Fritz E. Dreifuss (Editor):
    Benign Localized and Generalized Epilepsies of Early Childhood.
    (Epilepsy Research Supplement, No 6)
  • Fritz E. Dreifuss, H. Meinardi, H. Stefan, editors:
    Chronopharmacology in Therapy of the Epilepsies.
  • Fritz E. Dreifuss:
    Pediatric Epileptology : Classifications and Management of Seizures in the Child. Albert P. Aldenkamp, Fritz E. Dreifuss, Wil O. Reiner, Theo P. Suuremeijer:
    Epilepsy in Children & Adolescents.
    304 Pages, Published in 1995
  • Fritz E. Dreifuss, N. Paul Rosman, James C. Cloyd, John M. Pellock, Ruben I. Kuzniecky, Warren D. Lo, Fumisuke Matsuo, Gregory B. Sharp, Joan A. Conry, Donna C. Bergen, Walter E. Bell :
    A Comparison of Rectal Diazepam Gel and Placebo for Acute Repetitive Seizures.
    The New England Journal of Medicine, June 25, 1998, volume 338, No. 26.

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