Published in Clinical Oncology Week, March 17th, 2003
"We report an uncommon association of intractable epilepsia partialis continua that was the main presentation of widespread gliomatosis cerebri in two females. Both children had a preceding prolonged secondary generalized seizure 2-4 months before the evolution of epilepsia partialis continua, including recurrent clusters of left sided myoclonic twitching and sensory impairment. During these events, the children remained fully alert," researchers in Israel report.
"These seizures were corroborated by prolonged focal epileptic spike/wave discharges evident on the...
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