ABUTHAhmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital (Zaria, Nigeria)
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2%) for the epileptic patients in ABUTH under the period of study.
However, this study did not ascertain whether the use of these alternative therapies continued after commencement of treatment at ABUTH.
From this study, it is seen that epilepsy affects marital life and education of the patients in ABUTH, Kaduna, as it does in other parts of the world.
I want to appreciate Mr Kehinde Aimola for his support and also the staff of ABUTH medical record departmental for their assistance.