Century myoclonus with absences (Jevons syndrome)

Century myoclonus with absences (Jevons syndrome) (MVA) is a form of abscess epilepsy, characterized by short absence with myoclonia of the eyelids, setting up the eyeballs, expressed photo-sensitivity. This syndrome was first described by Jeavons

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Century myoclonus with absences (Jevons syndrome) (MVA) is a form of abscess epilepsy, characterized by short absence with myoclonia of the eyelids, setting up the eyeballs, expressed photo-sensitivity. This syndrome was first described by Jeavons

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Juvenile absence epilepsy

Juvenile abscess epilepsy (SAA) is an idiopathic generalized epilepsy characterized by absences making their debut in puberty, with a high probability of attaching tonic-clonic seizures, and characteristic EEG changes in the form of generalized peak-wave

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Juvenile abscess epilepsy (SAA) is an idiopathic generalized epilepsy characterized by absences making their debut in puberty, with a high probability of attaching tonic-clonic seizures, and characteristic EEG changes in the form of generalized peak-wave

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Treatments for absence epilepsy

It should also be emphasized that in a number of relatives of probands suffering from absences, as well as in rare cases in the general population, typical epi-activity on EEG of 3 Hz can be

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It should also be emphasized that in a number of relatives of probands suffering from absences, as well as in rare cases in the general population, typical epi-activity on EEG of 3 Hz can be

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Children abscess epilepsy.

(DAE) – nosologically independent form of idiopathic generalized epilepsy, characterized by a debut of 2-8 years, frequent short, typical absence and the presence of generalized peak-wave complexes with a frequency of 3 Hz on EEG.

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(DAE) – nosologically independent form of idiopathic generalized epilepsy, characterized by a debut of 2-8 years, frequent short, typical absence and the presence of generalized peak-wave complexes with a frequency of 3 Hz on EEG.

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Absansy with myoclonic component

Absansy can be difficult, if the above picture of a simple abscess myoclonic, atopic or tonic components, automatisms or vegetative symptoms are added. One patient may experience different types of absences, including both simple and

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Absansy can be difficult, if the above picture of a simple abscess myoclonic, atopic or tonic components, automatisms or vegetative symptoms are added. One patient may experience different types of absences, including both simple and

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Absence epilepsy

In 1789, Tissot described epilepsy, manifested by loss of consciousness and eye tremors, i.e. absence form. In 1815, Esquirol introduced the concept of “petit mal” to refer to any small seizures, including absans. Currently, this

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In 1789, Tissot described epilepsy, manifested by loss of consciousness and eye tremors, i.e. absence form. In 1815, Esquirol introduced the concept of “petit mal” to refer to any small seizures, including absans. Currently, this

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Pure forms of epilepsy

In recent years, epileptology scientists have been arguing about whether there are “pure” forms of epilepsy: only genetically predetermined or only due to some organic defect. It is generally recognized that during idiopathic epilepsy there

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In recent years, epileptology scientists have been arguing about whether there are “pure” forms of epilepsy: only genetically predetermined or only due to some organic defect. It is generally recognized that during idiopathic epilepsy there

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Tsentsentsefalicheskaya system

Penfield formulated the concept of the “central-encephalic system” and “central-encephalic epilepsy”: the central-encephalic system is localized in the oral regions of the brain stem, includes the ascending reticular formation of this area and is a

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Penfield formulated the concept of the “central-encephalic system” and “central-encephalic epilepsy”: the central-encephalic system is localized in the oral regions of the brain stem, includes the ascending reticular formation of this area and is a

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Glutamine Disorders

The common neurochemical mechanism of these processes is neurotransmitter and ionic disorders. One of the most important links of these disorders are disorders in the glutamine system, which occupies a key position in the metabolic

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The common neurochemical mechanism of these processes is neurotransmitter and ionic disorders. One of the most important links of these disorders are disorders in the glutamine system, which occupies a key position in the metabolic

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The degree of epilepsy of neurons

The degree of epilepsy of neurons in the focus is different. Maximum epilepticized neurons are considered as pacemakers of epileptic activity. They have the ability to give almost constant stereotypical discharges at short intervals. Other

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The degree of epilepsy of neurons in the focus is different. Maximum epilepticized neurons are considered as pacemakers of epileptic activity. They have the ability to give almost constant stereotypical discharges at short intervals. Other

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