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The relationship between such cerebral metabolites as N-acetylaspartate (NAA), creatine (Cr), choline (Cho), myoinositol (mIns) and clinical presentations of epileptic seizures in children. The observed derangement in cerebral metabolism has been shown to have great importance in diagnostics and therapy of epilepsy in children.
The article presents current view on formation and expansion of epileptiform activity. Still the role of the correlation of cerebral metabolites in pathogenesis of epilepsy among children hasn't been illustrated sufficiently. It was shown in the article that topical diagnostics of an epileptogenous zone as well as an analysis of the interaction among… (More)
Influence of ratio between N-acetylaspartat (NAA) and myoinositol brain tissue metabolites as well as ratio beween myoinositol and kreatinine on the therapy efficacy in children with epilepsy has been studied by authors. The obtained results allowed detecting the derangement in one section of cerebral metabolism, recovery of which on the background of… (More)
The article presents a clinical case illustrating the child with atypical partial rolandic epilepsy (pseudo-Lennox syndrome). Known therapy prescriptions for a wide variety of forms of epilepsy don't work adequately in the medical case. To know about atypical rolandic epilepsy forms physicians would diagnose it in time and prescribe adequate treatment.