Photosensitive complex partial seizures aggravated by phenytoin.

Abstract

A 10-year-old girl is described with pure photosensitive complex partial seizures which consisted of a frightening visual phenomenon of seeing "shadow people," then staring blankly with lip smacking and sometimes becoming limp. The seizures were triggered by bright sunlight. With the institution of phenytoin therapy, her seizure frequency increased… (More)

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