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477 Possible Causes for Nocturnal Seizure

  • Tuberous Sclerosis

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  • Parasomnia

    The differential diagnosis from nocturnal seizures is crucial to avoid overtreatment of this benign albeit dramatically presenting condition.[] Nocturnal Seizures Nocturnal seizures occur during sleep and are commonly diagnosed by undergoing a overnight sleep study (PSG).[] Nocturnal seizures can mimic sleep terrors and sleepwalking so careful attention must be paid to a parent's concerns.[]

  • Insomnia

    Nocturnal seizures can also interfere with sleep. Treatment is directed at the underlying disorder and symptom relief (eg, with bedtime analgesics).[]

  • Panayiotopoulos Syndrome

    seizures, tonic deviation of the eyes, and vomiting.[] The original description in 1989 focused on the triad of nocturnal seizures, tonic eye deviation, and vomiting.[] We describe an 8-year-old girl with 5 nocturnal autonomic seizures typical of Panayiotopoulos syndrome from age 4.[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    […] or convulsions loss of consciousness Kids who have nocturnal hypoglycemia may have bouts of crying, nightmares, or night sweats (with damp sheets and/or pajamas), and might[] VICTORIA NESBITT, MARTIN KIRKPATRICK, GALE PEARSON, ALLAN COLVER and ROB FORSYTH, Risk and causes of death in children with a seizure disorder, Developmental Medicine & Child[] […] pale, gray skin color headache moodiness or crankiness/irritability drowsiness weakness dizziness unsteadiness/staggering when walking blurred or double vision confusion seizures[]

  • Ring Chromosome 20 Syndrome

    Keywords: Medically intractable epilepsy, frontal lobe seizures, nocturnal seizures, non-convulsive status epilepticus, chromosomal testing, mosaic screening DOI: 10.3233[] nocturnal seizures or non-convulsive status epilepticus.[] Subtle nocturnal behavioral changes such as stretching, rubbing, turning that resemble arousal, subtle nocturnal seizures (SNS), and subtle nocturnal frontal lobe seizures[]

  • Shoulder Fracture

    Although features were atypical, a nocturnal seizure causing the bilateral shoulder fractures was suspected and EEG showed features compatible with epilepsy.[]

  • Rolandic Epilepsy

    Secondary generalization of the nocturnal seizure is common.[] Seizures usually occur infrequently as generalized nocturnal seizures characterized by a variety of minor tonic-clonic movements, often affecting only one side of the face[] The core features comprised nocturnal rolandic seizures, interictal centrotemporal spike waves with early age of onset and late age of offset.[]

  • Restless Legs Syndrome

    Nocturnal epilepsy can manifest as localized or generalized tonic-clonic activity. Enuresis and postictal confusion may accompany seizures but not PLMD.[] Nocturnal leg cramps are painful spasms of the calf or foot that may occur with greater frequency during pregnancy; in women and the elderly; after intense exercise; and as[]

  • Bruxism

    The doses used to suppress nocturnal bruxism at bedtime (4-8 mg) are lower than those used to treat seizures.[] Tiagabine is an anticonvulsant gamma-aminobutyric acid reuptake inhibitor commonly used as an add-on treatment of refractory partial seizures in persons over 12 years old.[] Four of the 5 cases reported here indicate that tiagabine might also be remarkably effective in suppressing nocturnal bruxism, trismus, and consequent morning pain in the[]

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