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  • n. An anticonvulsant drug used in the treatment of epilepsy

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Examples

  • GUPTA: Johnson studied a drug called topiramate which is sold as Topamax.

    CNN Transcript Apr 19, 2009

  • J&J and generic companies who market the drug, known as topiramate, will be required to add a stronger warning label about the drug's effect on pregnancies.

    FDA warns of birth defects with Topamax

  • The latest research looked at a drug called topiramate (brand name: Topamax).

    Epilepsy, drugs and pregnancy

  • The latest research looked at a drug called topiramate brand name: Topamax.

    Epilepsy, drugs and pregnancy

  • Then, in 1998, Elbel volunteered for a clinical trial of a drug called topiramate, a well-known seizure medication.

    New Hope For Addicts?

  • J&J and generic drug makers who market the drug, known as topiramate, will add a stronger warning label about the drug's effect on a fetus, the FDA said Friday.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd, Watson Pharmaceuticals Inc, Mylan Inc and other generic drug makers also sell the drug under its chemical name topiramate.

    msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines

  • Vivus, is a combination of two already approved drugs - a stimulant called phentermine and an anticonvulsant called topiramate - that seem to work together to quell appetite.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Qnexa is a once-a-day, proprietary, oral, controlled-release formulation of low dose phentermine and topiramate, which is believed to address both appetite and satiety - the two main mechanisms that impact eating behavior - in one capsule.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • What it is: It's a combination drug made up of phentermine, a well-known appetite suppressant, and topiramate, which is used to treat epilepsy and migraine headaches.

    latimes.com - News

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