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Try again. Even if cerebral edema was suspected (e.g. protracted generalized seizures and altered mentation), prednisone would not be the treatment of choice. Diazepam may be administered to control seizures or tremors, but if permethrin toxicosis is suspected, methocarbamol may be a better option.