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Unstable minisatellite expansion causing recessively inherited myoclonus epilepsy, EPM1
Progressive myoclonus epilepsy of Unverricht-Lundborg type (EPM1; MIM 254800) is an autosomal recessive disorder that occurs with a low frequency in many populations but is more common in Finland andExpand
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Glossary of Descriptive Terminology for Ictal Semiology: Report of the ILAE Task Force on Classification and Terminology
INTRODUCTION PRINCIPLES FOR TERMS AND DEFINITIONS DATA SOURCES I GENERAL TERMS 1.0 SEMIOLOGY 2.0 EPILEPTIC SEIZURE 3.0 ICTUS 4.0 EPILEPSY 5.0 FOCAL 6.0 GENERALIZED 7.0 CONVULSION II TERMS DESCRIBINGExpand
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Encephalopathy with electrical status epilepticus during slow sleep or ESES syndrome including the acquired aphasia
Encephalopathy with electrical status epilepticus during sleep or ESES is an age-dependent and self-limited syndrome whose distinctive features include a characteristic age of onset (with a peakExpand
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A novel protein tyrosine phosphatase gene is mutated in progressive myoclonus epilepsy of the Lafora type (EPM2).
Progressive myoclonus epilepsy of the Lafora type or Lafora disease (EPM2; McKusick no. 254780) is an autosomal recessive disorder characterized by epilepsy, myoclonus, progressive neurologicalExpand
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Subclinical "electrical status epilepticus" induced by sleep in children. A clinical and electroencephalographic study of six cases.
THE TERM "Etat de Mal" was first coined by Calmeil 1 in 1824 to describe suc cessive generalized seizures without awakening in between. Prolonged epileptic manifestations have been described in grandExpand
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Epilepsy and EEG Findings in Males with Fragile X Syndrome
Summary: Purpose and Methods: One hundred and ninety‐two fragile X male patients were investigated for seizures and EEG findings, 168 in a retrospective and 24 in another prospective study, toExpand
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Impaired facial emotion recognition in early-onset right mesial temporal lobe epilepsy
Background: Anteromedial temporal lobe regions, particularly the amygdala, participate in the recognition of emotions from facial expressions. The authors studied the ability of facial emotionExpand
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Triggering Mechanisms in Epilepsy The Electroclinical Point of View
Les auteurs distinguent trois variétés de crises épileptiques suivant leurs conditions d'apparition:
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Transcranial magnetic stimulation and epilepsy
Epileptic conditions are characterized by an altered balance between excitatory and inhibitory influences at the cortical level. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) provides a noninvasiveExpand
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Facial emotion recognition impairment in chronic temporal lobe epilepsy
Purpose:  To evaluate facial emotion recognition (FER) in a cohort of 176 patients with chronic temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE).
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