1973 年 5 巻 1 号 p. 34-40
Sulfaphenazole, a long acting sulfonamide, was effective on intractable cases of minor seizures of children, especially on those with akinetic seizure or Lennox syndrome.
The antiepileptic effect of sulfaphenazole developed rapidly, frequent seizures being abolished about 3 days after the administration and electroencephalograms improved markedly about 10 days after the administration.
In two cases, seizures were completely controlled by the sulfaphenazole treatment alone.
This drug was found to be ineffective on grand mal seizures.