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We report, on two, school-age girls with clinical and electroencephalographic features of early onset childhood epilepsy with occipital paroxysms (CEOP) of the "Panayiotopoulos type" that showed atypical evolution. Neurological examination and brain imaging were normal in both. One child presented at age 2.5 years episodes of oculocephalic deviation, and(More)
Intraneural cysts are benign lesions filled with mucinous content and located inside the epineurum of the peripheral nerves. Peroneal nerve is the most affected nerve. The entity is rare and its ethiopathology still remains to be definitely elucidated. In 2003 Spinner et al published their articular theory, implicated in the formation and frequent(More)
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