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A 45-year-old patient presented with recurrent attacks of unconsciousness, which resembled sleep. However, EEG recordings during these attacks showed diffuse, frontal-dominant 10-Hz alpha activity. Both the attacks and EEG changes reversed promptly with intravenous flumazenil, but not with methylphenidate, atropine or placebo. The attacks could not be(More)
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