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Topic: Seizure
Subject: Medicine
A patient is on carbamazepine for his new onset seizures. He has now had 3 attacks in last 2 weeks. His serum level of carbamazepine is within the therapeutic range.
What is the next step in management?

A. Repeat CT scan and EEG

B. Add another agent (eg. Phenytoin)

C. Re-check carbamazepine level in 2 weeks

D. Check CBC, CMP and TSH/FT4

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