Selective epileptic gait disorder.


Two children with an unusual gait disorder, one combined with acquired aphasia, in association with focal epilepsy are reported. Both children also showed paroxysmal "dystonic" phenomena, and a clear therapeutic response to corticosteroids. This newly described condition widens the range of discrete, recoverable defects of cerebral function that are… (More)


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@article{Neville1995SelectiveEG, title={Selective epileptic gait disorder.}, author={Brian G. R. Neville and Stewart Boyd}, journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry}, year={1995}, volume={58 3}, pages={371-3} }