What are Succinimide anticonvulsants?
Succinimide anticonvulsants are thought to increase the seizure threshold, inhibit T-type calcium channels and inhibit the three-cycle per second thalamic 'spike and wave' discharge in absence seizures. Succinimide anticonvulsants are mostly used to treat absence seizures.
List of Succinimide anticonvulsants:
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Generic name: ethosuximide
Generic name: methsuximide
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Medical conditions associated with succinimide anticonvulsants: