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313 Possible Causes for Cryptogenic, Epilepsy,, Tonic Clonic

  • New-Onset Refractory Status Epilepticus

    Epilepsy is a general term for the tendency to have seizures . Epilepsy is usually diagnosed only after a person has had more than one seizure.[] However, some cases of NORSE remain undiagnosed, i.e. cryptogenic.[] Abstract A 23-year-old man presented tonic-clonic seizure a week after an episode of antecedent infection.[]

  • Myoclonic-Astatic Epilepsy

    […] from myoclonic-astatic epilepsy successive of myoclonic epilepsy.[] PURPOSE: To distinguish various types of childhood severe cryptogenic/idiopathic generalised epilepsy on the basis of reproducible diagnostic criteria, using multiple correspondence[] Abstract Severe myoclonic epilepsy in infancy (SMEI), severe idiopathic generalized epilepsy of infancy (SIGEI) with generalized tonic clonic seizures (GTCS), and myoclonic[]

  • Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome

    Two developed Lennox-Gastaut type syndrome, one multifocal epilepsy, and one focal epilepsy related to a radiotherapy-induced cavernous angioma.[] In the cryptogenic form, symptoms appear without antecedent history or evidence of cerebral pathology.[] The highest seizure reduction rate was observed in the focal and tonic-clonic seizures.[]

  • Status Epilepticus

    CASE DESCRIPTION: We report the first case of epilepsy surgery in a liver-transplanted patient with refractory temporal lobe epilepsy.[] cryptogenic/structural/symptomatic generalized epilepsy with mainly catamenial absence status epilepticus • frontal lobe typical absence status epilepticus Cryptogenic or[] BACKGROUND: Tonic-clonic convulsions and convulsive status epilepticus (currently defined as a tonic-clonic convulsion lasting at least 30 minutes) are medical emergencies[]

  • West Syndrome

    […] female epilepsy patient New final section covers the epilepsy spectrum, with new chapters on epilepsy and sleep, co-morbidities of childhood, behavioral influence of AEDs[] Abstract We report on a male patient who experienced a previously unreported sequence of cryptogenic West syndrome in infancy and subsequent mesial temporal lobe epilepsy.[] Abstract Oxcarbazepine has been reported to precipitate myoclonic, generalised tonic-clonic, absence, and complex partial seizures, and carbamazepine to precipitate absences[]

  • Generalized Motor Seizure

    A case is reported in which a Nucleus 22 channel intracochlear implant was used to treat a deaf Hungarian woman (aged 37 years) with a 34-year history of grand mal (GM) epilepsy[] 231 a new syndrome with adolescentadult 257 Symptomatic and cryptogenic epilepsy syndromes 283 Age dependency of seizureinduced hippocampal dysfunction 469 Developmental models[] These movements are rarely as intense or prolonged as a tonic-clonic seizure. How are tonic-clonic seizures diagnosed?[]

  • Myoclonic Epilepsy of Infancy

    […] drug therapy* Epilepsies, Myoclonic/physiopathology Epilepsy, Absence/diagnosis* Epilepsy, Absence/drug therapy* Epilepsy, Absence/physiopathology Epilepsy, Generalized/diagnosis[] When myoclonias begin during the first year of life, the diagnoses of cryptogenic infantile spasms and of non-epileptic benign infantile myoclonus must be eliminated.[] Responders were 64.2% for tonic-clonic, 60% for myoclonic, 60% for focal, and 44.4% for absence seizures.[]

  • Absence Seizure

    […] to identify epilepsy genes.[] For cryptogenic and symptomatic generalized epilepsies, neuroimaging can help in the diagnosis of any underlying structural abnormality.[] Of note, some children with absence seizures may also develop tonic-clonic seizures.[]

  • Idiopathic Hemiconvulsion - Hemiplegia Syndrome

    Approximately half of these children with epilepsy display academic difficulties and/or behavioral disorders.[] "Cryptogenic ", " idiopathic " and " primary " may all be used in both these senses, but " cryptogenic " is more likely to be used where there is presumed to be a simple cause[] The fourth child had a generalized tonic-clonic seizure with deviation of the face to the right side followed by left-sided hemiparesis.[]

  • Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsy

    […] absences; epilepsy with myoclonic-astatic seizures; childhood absence epilepsy; juvenile absence epilepsy; juvenile myoclonic epilepsy; and epilepsy with generalized tonic–clonic[] In patients with idiopathic (but not cryptogenic or symptomatic) etiology of epilepsy, IDO activity was increased compared to the control subjects (p CONCLUSIONS: Increased[] METHOD: The response of five patients with IGE, who experienced primarily generalized tonic-clonic seizures which were refractory to multiple antiepileptic drugs, is reported[]

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