Preface Since the Proposal for Classificationof Epilepsies and Epileptic Syndromes was presented to the General Assembly of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) in 1985, the Commission on Classification and Terminology of the ILAE has refined and revised the Proposal in light of findings and suggestions emanating from experience in use of the 1985 schema. The purpose of the International Classification of Epilepsies and Epileptic Syndromes (ICE) is to supplement the International Classificationof Epileptic Seizures (ICES), the revised form of which was accepted by the General Assembly of the ILAE in September 1981. The international epilepsy community contributed experience in use of the ICE, and refinements were introduced at subsequent meetings of the Commission held in Paris in 1986, in Esclimont in 1987, and in Bielefeld in 1988. The members of the Commission were Joseph Roger (Marseille), Chairman, Fritz E. Dreifuss (Charlottesville), Manuel Martinez-Lage (Pamplona), Claudio Munari (Paris), Roger J. Porter (Bethesda), Masakazu Seino (Shizuoka), and Peter Wolf (Bielefeld). Consultants who contributed to the work of the Commission included Jean Bancaud (Paris), Patrick Chauvel (Paris), A. V. DelgadoEscueta (Los Angeles), Jerome Engel, Jr. (Los Angeles), Richard H. Mattson (New Haven), Timothy A. Pedley (New York), J. W i
Epilepsia – Wiley
Published: Aug 1, 1989
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