Myoclonic-astatic epilepsy

What is Myoclonic-astatic epilepsy?

Myoclonic astatic epilepsy, also known as Doose syndrome, is a generalized idiopathic epilepsy. It is characterized by the development of myoclonic seizures and/or myoclonic astatic seizures.

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My son is 2years and 10 months old. He has a generalised seizure on 12 sep 2011 and we rushed to the hospital immediately. The doctor gave him...

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Overall to summarize, the child had normal initial development followed by generalised seizures, myoclonic jerks...

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