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The cyclic vomiting syndrome is defined by episodes of vomiting lasting from hours to days with free intervals between episodes. Various symptoms can be associated with vomiting: nausea, abdominal pain, photophobia, fever, pallor, dehydratation, excess salivation, social withdrawal. Some factors often precipitate the crisis: infection, psychological(More)
UNLABELLED Continuous spikes and waves during slow wave sleep syndrome (CSWS) is a seldom form of epilepsy which may manifest by neurocognitive and/or psychiatric abnormalities, with or without clinical seizures. CASE REPORT A 5-year-old child was presented with a language disorder and behaviour abnormalities. A standard electroencephalograph (EEG) showed(More)
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