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Urea anticonvulsants

What are Urea anticonvulsants?

Urea anticonvulsants were developed with the intention of having a broad anticonvulsant activity with reduced teratogenicity and reduced hepatotoxicity.

Urea anticonvulsants belong the the ureide class and are structurally related to barbiturates.

There are no drugs in this category. Some medications may have been reclassified. See anticonvulsants.

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