Pilomotor seizures: symptomatic vs. idiopathic report of two cases and literature review

@article{Saadah2002PilomotorSS,
  title={Pilomotor seizures: symptomatic vs. idiopathic report of two cases and literature review},
  author={M. A. Sa’adah and Amin A Shawabkeh and L. M. Sa’adah and Jihad S. Inshasi},
  journal={Seizure},
  year={2002},
  volume={11},
  pages={455-459}
}
We report pilomotor seizures in two patients who presented with piloerection or gooseflesh spreading in a pattern similar to the 'Jacksonian march'. Gooseflesh was confined to the ipsilateral side in most of the episodes. Occasionally it spread to the contralateral side. It was also associated with other autonomic symptoms and complex partial features of temporal lobe origin. Simple partial status that progressed to complex partial status occurred in the second patient. Very rarely secondary… CONTINUE READING