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As stated in an accompanying editorial (101), questions still requiring answers include: is there justification for partial or relative drug withdrawal in some patients, can one remain seizure free while a "sub-therapeutic" dose is being used in an attempt to minimize toxicity and do the seizure threshold and minimal therapeutic drug level decline with an increased duration of effective seizure control? Discontinuation of drug treatment holds promise in many respects for the patients involved but does complicate the interpretation of the role (if any) of TDM in this population.
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