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Primary generalized seizures occur in half of all children with epilepsy. Correct classification carries important diagnostic, therapeutic, and prognostic information. Approximately half of all patients with generalized juvenile myoclonic epilepsy may have a partial semiology or focal electroencephalographic features although similar findings have not been(More)
Hemiconvulsion-hemiplegia-epilepsy (HHE) is an uncommon epileptic syndrome that affects young children. Typical management includes early initiation of benzodiazepines to abate the initial seizure activity quickly. Patients in whom epilepsy develops require prolonged use of antiepileptic agents. Herniation due to diffuse cerebral edema from HHE is rare;(More)
Spontaneous spinal epidural hematomas are a rare cause of spinal cord compression. These are typically isolated events. Recurrent spontaneous spinal epidural hematomas have been reported only in two instances in adults. There have been no reports of recurrent spontaneous spinal epidural hematomas involving a child. This report details the case of a(More)
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