Children with epilepsy, schooling

Epilepsy and Children

The preservation to this day of misconceptions about epilepsy in society leads to the fact that the diagnosis of “epilepsy” is associated with some “defect” of the patient and his danger to society. However, epilepsy is not always combined with dementia and mental disorders. Indeed, there are severe forms of epilepsy with frequent various attacks …

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Children with epilepsy, abnormalities on EEG without seizures

Epilepsy and Children

The term “convulsive readiness” is currently considered to be incorrect, as different specialists may imply different changes to EEG under this term. A more precise description of the detected violations is needed. If epileptiform activity (changes characteristic of epilepsy) is detected on EEG, the interpretation of these changes depends on the individual clinical situation. In …

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