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36 Possible Causes for Versive Seizure

  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    Versive seizure characterized by conjugate eye movement during epileptic seizure has been considered commonly as one of the most valuable semiological signs for epilepsy localization[] Hypermotricity and posturing similar to that of frontal lobe seizures in adults were also present.[] […] motor alterations with variable presentation: tonic or clonic symmetrical movements, atonic phenomena such as head nodding, infantile spasms, simple automatisms followed by versive[]

  • Versive Seizure

    Here we describe a 67-year-old woman with hypertension who presented with a tonic movement mimicking a versive seizure in the acute phase of bilateral pontine ischemia.[] We could not explain the pathophysiology of unilateral versive seizure like movement.[] The videotaped versive seizures were analyzed to compare the direction of version and the side of surgical resection in each patient.[]

  • Epileptic Aura

    Versive seizures are generated in the frontal lobe on the opposite side.[] Dialeptic seizure Typical dialeptic seizure Motor seizure Simple Motor Seizure Myoclonic seizure Tonic seizure Epileptic spasm Clonic seizure Tonic-clonic seizure Versive[] Generalized body-ache is frequently reported after grand mal seizure. Versive seizure is a prolonged forced turn of the head, eyes and sometimes the body to the side.[]

  • Migraine

    CASE RESULTS: Both patients demonstrated unilateral occipital EEG seizure patterns during their long-lasting visual aura, which eventually evolved into versive seizures.[]

  • Jacksonian Seizure

    The sensation may spread as in a Jacksonian seizure but will do so very rapidly. Versive Seizures This may start as a focal seizure in the frontal lobe of the brain.[] [8] Sudden muscle jerks can be found in myoclonic seizures [8] Forceful rotation of head and eyes to a specific side can be found in versive seizures [4] Homonymous hemianopsia[] ., aschematia), stationary object moving away from observer (e.g., porropsia), depersonalization, out-of body experiences [10] Tonic eye deviation May be associated with versive[]

  • Continuous Spike-and-Slow-Waves during Sleep

    At 3 years 6 months, during sleep, the first versive seizure, probably involving the occipital lobe, occurred.[] Most of our patients had partial seizures before electrical status epilepticus in sleep period, but additional seizure types like absence seizures and versive seizures were[] Three of the patients had absence seizures (patient 1, 2, 10) and one patient had versive seizures (patient 7) after electrical status epilepticus in sleep development.[]

  • Uncinate Seizure

    seizure Tetanic convulsion Tonic-clonic seizure Versive seizure Visual seizure References to Index of Diseases and Injuries The code 780.39 has the following ICD-9-CM references[] seizure.[] Wyllie E, Luders H, Morris HH, Lesser RP, Dinner DS: The lateralizing significance of versive head and eye movements during epileptic seizures.[]

  • Focal Onset Impaired Awareness Seizure

    […] and aphasia of epileptic origin, besides versive and partial motor seizures.[] In the case described, due to its localization in the left fronto-temporal region, it led to CPS, partial motor and versive seizures and aphasia.[] The lateralizing significance of versive head and eye movements during epileptic seizures. Neurology 1986;36:606-611. [ Links ] 20. Barry E, Hauser A.[]

  • Benign Familial Infantile Epilepsy Type 4

    Nonvisual ictal symptoms include adversive (versive) seizure manifested as tonic deviation of head and eyes. These are the most common of the ictal motor phenomena.[] These consist of small, multicolored, circular patterns that often appear in the periphery of a visual field, becoming larger and multiplying in the course of the seizure.[]

  • Focal Motor Seizure

    Oculocephalic Deviation and Versive Seizures Foerster and Penfield first described versive seizures in 1930.[] For example, left-hand somatosensory aura left arm clonic seizure left versive seizure.[] This classification uses terms such as focal clonic, focal tonic, or versive, and evolution during the seizure is indicated by arrows.[]

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