CPD evidence: At the CPD, the individual's impairment(s) met listing 11.02 for epilepsy. Despite
adherence to prescribed treatment, the individual was experiencing grand-mal seizures
at least once a month consistently for three months in a row.
CDR evidence: The CDR is initiated in August. The individual has continued compliance with prescribed
treatment. Within the last 4 months from the date of the CDR initiation in August,
the records indicate the following number of seizures despite medication compliance:
2 seizures in April, 1 seizure in May, 2 seizures in June, 0 seizures in July.
Discussion: Find no MI. Despite no seizures for one month in July, the evidence supports the
conclusion that there has been no improvement in the pattern of seizures. While the
individual did not have any seizures in July, this anomaly may represent a temporary
remission, the individual experienced seizures for three consecutive months despite
compliance with medication.