L V Kalinina

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Incidence and significance of benign epileptiform discharges of childhood (BECD), or rolandic spikes, have been studied in 2723 children, aged 2-15 years, with (841 patients) and without (1882) epilepsy. All the patients underwent standard electroencephalographic (EEG) study with video-EEG monitoring made in cases of epileptiform abnormalities. In the(More)
To study clinical features of temporal lobe epilepsy in children of different age, to trace disease development and to define risk factors for its occurrence and adverse course, 88 patients aged 3-14 years were examined. The study confirmed that temporal lobe epilepsy has its characteristic clinical features in children of different age. In children under 7(More)
Chronic progressive focal encephalitis or Rasmussen encephalitis (RE) is chronic brain disease of viral etiology. It is manifested by either partial motor or myoclonic seizures combined with hemiparesis. RE was described in detail in a girl of 8.5 years. The disease debut was observed at the age of 5.5 and manifested in the form of simple partial motor fits(More)
Forty-nine patients (aged 7-15 years) with temporal epilepsy were examined using clinical and electrophysiological methods; 27 children were also subjected to psychological examination and 14 of them to computerized tomography of the brain. Characteristics of temporal paroxysms and correlation between the course of epilepsy and its duration and progression(More)
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