Epilepsia partialis continua

What is Epilepsia partialis continua?

Epilepsia partialis continua (also called Kojevnikov's epilepsia) is a rare type of brain disorder in which a patient experiences recurrent motor epileptic seizures that are focal (hands and face), and recur every few seconds or minutes for extended periods (days or years).

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I am 58 now and when I was in my 20's I had Aseptic Menengitis and since that time in following years have been treated with medication to control...

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It looks like you are suffering from seizure disorder which is well controlled. I would like to know few more things


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This is in regards to my child whom you answered who has a brain lesion and tics. My daughter will start twitching--her eyes widen and blink, her...

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Thank you for getting back. I have noted the details about your daughter sent in this mail.


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