Frontal lobe epilepsy

What is Frontal lobe epilepsy?

A localization-related epilepsy with seizures originating in the frontal lobe. Various clinical syndromes exist depending on the exact localization of seizures and clinical semiology of the seizure type. Frontal lobe epilepsies have been divided into several specific syndromes including the syndrome of supplementary motor seizures, cingulate seizures, anterior frontal polar region seizures, orbital frontal seizures, dorsolateral seizures, opercular seizures, and seizures of the motor cortex.

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What to do if my eight year old grand daughter is having sleeping problems? She has been having what I thought was night terrors. But lately I...

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Probably nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy.

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My little boy had a strange episode last night that could have been a nocturnal seizure or could have been a nightmare. It is just the two of us...

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Take him to the neurologist immediately.

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I am currently on Epilim 500mg twice daily (one in the morning and one in the evening) for frontal lobe epilepsy and on CynGen 60mg in the...

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