Márcio Andriani Rahal

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P revious studies have reported the successful switch from insulin to sulfonylrea therapy in some patients who have neonatal diabetes due to KCNJ11 mutations (1); however, data on adults are limited (2,3). Also, it has not yet been determined whether neurological symptoms can be improved by the action of sulfonylrea therapy. Here, we report the glycemic and(More)
Introduction: Somatosensory auras (SSAs) are more usually described in patients with parietal lobe epilepsy (PLE), producing more commonly a localized cutaneous tingling sensation, involving hands and fingers followed by tonic or clonic focal seizures. These usually originate in the contralateral hemisphere. Etiology includes dysplasias, tumours, ischemic(More)
Introduction: Ictal fear (IF) is one of the most frequent emotional auras. It is the sole or predominant manifestation of simple partial seizures or initial expression of a complex partial seizure. It is more often experienced in patients with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE), probably associated with mesial temporal structures, like the amygdala.(More)
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