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Hyperventilation evoked abnormal EEG discharges or discharges and clinical seizures in 11% our patients with partial complex seizures. Hyperventilation is useful in the diagnosis of this kind of epilepsy, but may need to be pursed more vigorously and for a longer duration than is usual practice. The vigorous use of hyperventilation in selected patients with(More)
Neuronal ceroid-lipofuscinosis is manifested by visual and intellectual deterioration and seizures. Autofluorescent lipopigments are found in neural and many nonneural tissues, with characteristic staining and ultrastructural properties. Presumptive diagnosis can usually be made on the basis of history, physical examination, and electrodiagnostic tests, but(More)
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