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Andrew Gabriel Herzog, M.D.,C.M.

Concepts

This page shows the publications Andrew Herzog has written about Anticonvulsants.
Connection Strength

5.268
  1. Differential risks of changes in seizure frequency with transitions between hormonal and non-hormonal contraception in women with epilepsy: A prospective cohort study. Epilepsy Behav. 2021 07; 120:108011.
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    Score: 0.444
  2. Prevalence of highly effective contraception use by women with epilepsy. Neurology. 2019 06 11; 92(24):e2815-e2821.
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    Score: 0.387
  3. Reasons for discontinuation of reversible contraceptive methods by women with epilepsy. Epilepsia. 2017 05; 58(5):907-914.
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    Score: 0.334
  4. Predictors of unintended pregnancy in women with epilepsy. Neurology. 2017 Feb 21; 88(8):728-733.
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    Score: 0.330
  5. Contraceptive practices of women with epilepsy: Findings of the epilepsy birth control registry. Epilepsia. 2016 Apr; 57(4):630-7.
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    Score: 0.309
  6. Catamenial epilepsy: Update on prevalence, pathophysiology and treatment from the findings of the NIH Progesterone Treatment Trial. Seizure. 2015 May; 28:18-25.
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    Score: 0.289
  7. Differential impact of antiepileptic drugs on the effects of contraceptive methods on seizures: Interim findings of the epilepsy birth control registry. Seizure. 2015 May; 28:71-5.
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    Score: 0.289
  8. Allopregnanolone levels and seizure frequency in progesterone-treated women with epilepsy. Neurology. 2014 Jul 22; 83(4):345-8.
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    Score: 0.275
  9. Progesterone vs placebo therapy for women with epilepsy: A randomized clinical trial. Neurology. 2012 Jun 12; 78(24):1959-66.
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    Score: 0.239
  10. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder in women with epilepsy: relationships to potential epileptic, antiepileptic drug, and reproductive endocrine factors. Epilepsy Behav. 2011 Aug; 21(4):391-6.
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    Score: 0.224
  11. Neuroendocrinological aspects of epilepsy: important issues and trends in future research. Epilepsy Behav. 2011 Sep; 22(1):94-102.
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    Score: 0.220
  12. Valproate and lamotrigine level variation with menstrual cycle phase and oral contraceptive use. Neurology. 2009 Mar 10; 72(10):911-4.
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    Score: 0.191
  13. Catamenial epilepsy: definition, prevalence pathophysiology and treatment. Seizure. 2008 Mar; 17(2):151-9.
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    Score: 0.178
  14. Differential effects of antiepileptic drugs on neuroactive steroids in men with epilepsy. Epilepsia. 2006 Nov; 47(11):1945-8.
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    Score: 0.162
  15. Differential effects of antiepileptic drugs on sexual function and hormones in men with epilepsy. Neurology. 2005 Oct 11; 65(7):1016-20.
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    Score: 0.151
  16. Serum valproate levels with oral contraceptive use. Epilepsia. 2005 Jun; 46(6):970-1.
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    Score: 0.147
  17. Effect of antiepileptic drugs on reproductive endocrine function in individuals with epilepsy. CNS Drugs. 2005; 19(3):207-23.
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    Score: 0.143
  18. Differential effects of antiepileptic drugs on sexual function and reproductive hormones in men with epilepsy: interim analysis of a comparison between lamotrigine and enzyme-inducing antiepileptic drugs. Epilepsia. 2004 Jul; 45(7):764-8.
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    Score: 0.138
  19. Valproate and the polycystic ovarian syndrome: final thoughts. Epilepsia. 2001 Mar; 42(3):311-5.
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    Score: 0.110
  20. The interactions between reproductive hormones and epilepsy. Handb Clin Neurol. 2021; 182:155-174.
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    Score: 0.108
  21. Infertility, impaired fecundity, and live birth/pregnancy ratio in women with epilepsy in the USA: Findings of the Epilepsy Birth Control Registry. Epilepsia. 2019 09; 60(9):1993-1998.
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    Score: 0.098
  22. Folic acid use by women with epilepsy: Findings of the Epilepsy Birth Control Registry. Epilepsy Behav. 2017 07; 72:156-160.
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    Score: 0.085
  23. Differential impact of contraceptive methods on seizures varies by antiepileptic drug category: Findings of the Epilepsy Birth Control Registry. Epilepsy Behav. 2016 07; 60:112-117.
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    Score: 0.079
  24. Hormone replacement therapy in women with epilepsy: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Epilepsia. 2006 Sep; 47(9):1447-51.
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    Score: 0.040
  25. Frequency of catamenial seizure exacerbation in women with localization-related epilepsy. Ann Neurol. 2004 Sep; 56(3):431-4.
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    Score: 0.035
  26. Interictal EEG discharges, reproductive hormones, and menstrual disorders in epilepsy. Ann Neurol. 2003 Nov; 54(5):625-37.
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    Score: 0.033
  27. Relationship of sexual dysfunction to epilepsy laterality and reproductive hormone levels in women. Epilepsy Behav. 2003 Aug; 4(4):407-13.
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    Score: 0.032
  28. Altered reproductive endocrine regulation in men with epilepsy: implications for reproductive function and seizures. Ann Neurol. 2002 May; 51(5):539-42.
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    Score: 0.030
  29. To what extent do premenstrual and interictal dysphoric disorder overlap? Significance for therapy. J Affect Disord. 1998 Mar; 48(2-3):215-25.
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    Score: 0.022
  30. Three patterns of catamenial epilepsy. Epilepsia. 1997 Oct; 38(10):1082-8.
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    Score: 0.022
  31. Altered pulsatile secretion of luteinizing hormone in women with epilepsy. Neurology. 1994 Feb; 44(2):306-10.
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    Score: 0.017
  32. A relationship between particular reproductive endocrine disorders and the laterality of epileptiform discharges in women with epilepsy. Neurology. 1993 Oct; 43(10):1907-10.
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    Score: 0.016
  33. Testosterone, free testosterone, non-sex hormone-binding globulin-bound testosterone, and free androgen index: which testosterone measurement is most relevant to reproductive and sexual function in men with epilepsy? Arch Neurol. 1992 Feb; 49(2):133-5.
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    Score: 0.015
  34. Reproductive endocrine considerations and hormonal therapy for women with epilepsy. Epilepsia. 1991; 32 Suppl 6:S27-33.
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    Score: 0.014
  35. Reproductive endocrine considerations and hormonal therapy for men with epilepsy. Epilepsia. 1991; 32 Suppl 6:S34-7.
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    Score: 0.014
  36. Acute effects of anticonvulsant drugs on gonadotropin-stimulated and precursor-supported androgen production in the rat testis. Eur J Pharmacol. 1990 May 31; 181(1-2):151-5.
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    Score: 0.013
  37. Hormone and epilepsy. J Endocrinol Invest. 1988 Jan; 11(1):71.
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    Score: 0.011
  38. Intermittent progesterone therapy and frequency of complex partial seizures in women with menstrual disorders. Neurology. 1986 Dec; 36(12):1607-10.
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    Score: 0.010
  39. Hormones and seizures. Cleve Clin J Med. 2004 Feb; 71 Suppl 2:S11-8.
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    Score: 0.008
  40. Reproductive dysfunction in women with epilepsy: recommendations for evaluation and management. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2002 Aug; 73(2):121-5.
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    Score: 0.008
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