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Audit support Issue date: [Year] Short title of guideline nice clinical guideline [XX] Epilepsy: pharmacological treatment by seizure type Clinical audit toolAudit support Issue date: [Year] Short title of guideline nice clinical guideline [XX] Epilepsy: pharmacological treatment by seizure type Clinical audit tool
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Epilepsy Advanced Sequencing Evaluation—Generalized, Absence, Focal, and Myoclonic EpilepsiesEpilepsy Advanced Sequencing Evaluation—Generalized, Absence, Focal, and Myoclonic Epilepsies
This letter documents the medical necessity for this test in light of the patient’s clinical and family history. Results from the test will be used to help establish the genetic basis for epilepsy and to guide appropriate medical care. Myoclonic epilepsy
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Epilepsy E1 EpilepsyEpilepsy E1 Epilepsy
Focal seizures without dyscognitive features. Myoclonic epilepsy
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Epilepsy: Definition and Types of Seizures and EpilepsiesEpilepsy: Definition and Types of Seizures and Epilepsies
These storms may be within a specific part of the brain or be generalized, depending on the type of epilepsy. Epilepsy may result from brain damage, a tumor, or an infection, a genetic disorder, but in most cases, the cause is unknown. Myoclonic epilepsy
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Epilepsy jassin M. Jouria, md abstractEpilepsy jassin M. Jouria, md abstract
Educating patients and families to increase awareness of epilepsy and treatment options in their unique circumstance will assist them to overcome stereotypes and help them obtain a higher quality of life. Myoclonic epilepsy
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Epilepsy – occurrence of two or more unprovoked seizuresEpilepsy – occurrence of two or more unprovoked seizures
Seizure- abnormal, synchronous electrical activity in brain, which interferes with normal function; can be caused by hypoglycemia, drug withdrawal. Myoclonic epilepsy
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Common types of seizuresCommon types of seizures
They may engage in automatic behaviors such as rubbing their hands, picking at clothing, smacking or pursing their lips. They may walk around and may become aggressive if restrained. These seizures usually last 1-3 minutes. Myoclonic epilepsy
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Appendix e-1 The phenotypic details for individuals with slc2A1 mutations are presented below. Family AAppendix e-1 The phenotypic details for individuals with slc2A1 mutations are presented below. Family A
The phenotypic details for individuals with slc2A1 mutations are presented below. Myoclonic epilepsy
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What Should I do for a Person Who Has a Seizure?What Should I do for a Person Who Has a Seizure?
If someone is having a seizure: If you are unsure or worried about the situation, call 911. Myoclonic epilepsy
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Absence EpilepsyAbsence Epilepsy
Childhood absence epilepsy begins at the age of five or six and usually goes away once the child is an adult. Juvenile absence epilepsy starts when the child is around 12 years old, and may continue for the rest of the child’s life. Myoclonic epilepsy
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Professor Michalis Koutroumanidis’ publicationsProfessor Michalis Koutroumanidis’ publications
Chowdhury fa, Elwes rd, Koutroumanidis M, Morris rg, Nashef L, Richardson mp. Impaired cognitive function in idiopathic generalized epilepsy and unaffected family members: An epilepsy endophenotype. Epilepsia. Myoclonic epilepsy
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