Rosa Ana Saiz Díaz

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BACKGROUND At the onset of the disease, differential diagnosis should be established between an epileptic seizure and a series of paroxysmal phenomena, such as syncope, pseudoseizure, or migraine aura, which may manifest with similar symptoms. But even when the initial differential diagnosis is established rigorously, we will see that it is often necessary(More)
INTRODUCTION Ambulatory electroencephalogram (EEG) monitoring allows for long-term, mobile electroencephalographic recordings of patients. This study aims to describe and analyze the results obtained with ambulatory EEG in our clinical practice. METHODS We have analyzed the results of 264 ambulatory EEG records, grouped according to the reason for the(More)
INTRODUCTION The objective of the study was to evaluate the quality of the health care to the epileptic patient in Spain including recently diagnosed patients, controlled patients and medically refractory patients. METHODS Throughout years 2001-2002 a questionnaire of consensus was agreed by neurologists from surgical epilepsy units, epilepsy units,(More)
INTRODUCTION There are very few studies on the aetiology of temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) in childhood. The purpose of the present study is to analyse the data of 61 children diagnosed with TLE, in order to describe the aetiology of TLE in children seen in a neuropaedriatic clinic. We also discuss the currently proposed classification. PATIENTS AND METHODS(More)
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