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*Schuele SU, Widdess-Walsh P, Bermeo A, and Lüders HO (2007): [[Sudden unexplained death in epilepsy: The role of the heart]]
 
*Schuele SU, Widdess-Walsh P, Bermeo A, and Lüders HO (2007): [[Sudden unexplained death in epilepsy: The role of the heart]]
 
*Schuele SU, Bermeo AC, Locatelli E, Burgess RC, and Lüders HO (2008): [[Ictal asystole: A benign condition?]]
 
*Schuele SU, Bermeo AC, Locatelli E, Burgess RC, and Lüders HO (2008): [[Ictal asystole: A benign condition?]]
*Schuele SU, Bermeo AC, Alexopoulos AV, and Burgess RC (2009): [[Anoxia-ischemia: A mechanism of seizure termination in ictal asystole.]]
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*Schuele SU, Bermeo AC, Alexopoulos AV, and Burgess RC (2009): [[Anoxia-ischemia: A mechanism of seizure termination in ictal asystole]]
 
*Schwartz PJ, Stramba-Badiale M, Segantini A, Austoni P, Bosi G, Giorgetti R, Grancini F, Marni ED, Perticone F, Rosti D et al. (1998): [[Prolongation of the QT interval and the sudden infant death syndrome]]
 
*Schwartz PJ, Stramba-Badiale M, Segantini A, Austoni P, Bosi G, Giorgetti R, Grancini F, Marni ED, Perticone F, Rosti D et al. (1998): [[Prolongation of the QT interval and the sudden infant death syndrome]]
 
*Schwartz PJ and Crotti L (2007): [[Cardiac arrhythmias of genetic origin are important contributors to sudden infant death syndrome]]
 
*Schwartz PJ and Crotti L (2007): [[Cardiac arrhythmias of genetic origin are important contributors to sudden infant death syndrome]]
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*Schwartz PJ, Vanoli E, Crotti L, Spazzolini C, Ferrandi C, Goosen A, Hedley P, Heradien M, Bacchini S, Turco A et al. (2008): [[Neural control of heart rate is an arrhythmia risk modifier in long QT syndrome]]
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*Schwender LA and Troncoso JC (1986): [[Evaluation of sudden death in epilepsy]]
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*Scorza FA, de Albuquerque R, Arida RM, Schmidt B, de Almeida ACG, Scorza CA, and Cavalheiro EA (2009): [[Could sudden death syndrome (SDS) in chickens (Gallus gallus) be a valid animal model for sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP)?]]
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*Scorza FA, Colugnati DB, Pansani AP, Sonoda EYF, Arida RM, and Cavalheiro EA (2008): [[Preventing tomorrow’s sudden cardiac death in epilepsy today: What should physicians know about this?]]
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*Scorza FA, Cysneiros RM, Arida RM, Scorza CA, de Almeida ACG, Schmidt B, and Cavalheiro EA (2008): [[Adult hippocampal neurogenesis and sudden unexpected death in epilepsy: Reality or just an attractive history?]]
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*Scorza FA, Cysneiros RM, Arida RM, Terra-Bustamante VC, de Albuquerque M, and Cavalheiro EA (2008): [[The other side of the coin: Beneficiary effect of omega-3 fatty acids in sudden unexpected death in epilepsy]]
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*Scorza FA, Albuquerque Md, Arida RM, Terra VC, Machado HR, and Cavalheiro EA (2009): [[Benefits of sunlight: Vitamin D deficiency might increase the risk of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy.]]
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*Scorza FA, Arida RM, Terra VC, and Cavalheiro EA (2009): [[An animal model for SUDEP: The questions shape the answers]]
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*Scorza FA, Calderazzo L, de Albuquerque M, Arida RM, de Almeida ACG, and Cavalheiro EA (2009): [[Could sudden cardiac death in epilepsy be related to the occurrence of thalamic dysfunction or anatomic change?]]
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*Scott CA and Fish DR (2000): [[Cardiac asystole in partial seizures]]
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*Seow SC, Lee YP, Teo SG, Hong ECT, and Lee CH (2008): [[Takotsubo cardiomyopathy associated with status epilepticus]]
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*Seyal M and Bateman LM (2009): [[Ictal apnea linked to contralateral spread of temporal lobe seizures: Intracranial EEG recordings in refractory temporal lobe epilepsy.]]
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*Seyal M, Bateman LM, Albertson TE, Lin TC, and Li CS (2010): [[Respiratory changes with seizures in localization-related epilepsy: Analysis of periictal hypercapnia and airflow patterns]]
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*Shen HY, Li T, and Boison D (2009): [[A novel mouse model for sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP): Role of impaired adenosine clearance]]
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Revision as of 18:52, 20 November 2017


An increased risk of sudden death has been reported in patients with epilepsy since the late 1800s, and possibly much earlier (DeToledo et al., 1999; Doherty, 2004). In the past two decades sudden unexpected (or unexplained) death in epilepsy (SUDEP) has received increasing attention and been recognized as more widespread than previously believed. Despite the recent increase in awareness, “systematic well funded research remains limited. The medical literature contains much repetition, with effort spent on re-analysing data with substantial methodological limitations,” (Tomson et al., 2008). In addition to the need for better clinical and basic science studies, and improved epidemiological data, there is also a need for increased cognizance and understanding of SUDEP among neurologists and other physicians as well as patients and families.

A massive literature on SUDEP and closely related phenomena exists, with many studies having considerable overlap. Many isolated case reports have been published, and considering them collectively increases their informative power. To facilitate comparison of related articles, annotations are provided for most entries in this bibliography, and these are hyperlinked where applicable to other articles’ in the hope of permitting a more efficient synthesis of the literature. To further promote direct consultation of the primary literature, references are hyperlinked to their digital object identifier when available, permitting an interested reader one-click access to the original publication. An index is provided, and its entries link back to the site of their appearance in the bibliography. Because the SUDEP literature contains “much repetition,” it is hoped that this ‘active document’ approach will permit readers to navigate through relevant publications more efficiently, with the ultimate aim of improved patient care and better mechanistic understanding of the process, both of which have the potential to reduce SUDEP deaths.

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