[Narcoleptic syndrome].

Abstract

Only in the last century was the narcoleptic syndrome recognized as a distinct entity fundamentally different from epilepsy. It is characterized by increased daytime sleepiness, usually as short sleep attacks, and by cataplexy. The latter is reflected in attacks of fully or incompletely developed loss of muscle tone, and in distressing akinetic states (so… (More)

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