My father, who until recently has been healthy as a horse, has been diagnosed with focalized seizures. The cause at this point is unknown. He currently has been hospitilized for the last month. Anti-convulsive medication does not seem to be working. There is very little time between his seizures and he is mostly non-responsive. His MRI, CAT scans, blood work and x-rays are all normal. His EEG is showing constant focalized seizure activity. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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