The files of 25 patients, 14 M, 11 F, affected by rolandic epilepsy and followed in our out-patient Unit, have been reviewed. The following data came out: high familiarity for epilepsy (24%); years, consistent negativity of neuropsychologic and neuroradiological assessment; extreme variability of seizures frequency, type and symptoms and of the EEG paroxysms distribution, importance of sleep as a clinical eegraphic activation procedure and possible pathological association with parasomnias.

Clinical-instrumental features of patients with benign partial epilepsy with centro-temporal spikes

SILVESTRI, Rosalia;Raffaele M.;LAGANA', Angelina;TISANO, Adriana;CASELLA, Carmela;
1992-01-01

Abstract

The files of 25 patients, 14 M, 11 F, affected by rolandic epilepsy and followed in our out-patient Unit, have been reviewed. The following data came out: high familiarity for epilepsy (24%); years, consistent negativity of neuropsychologic and neuroradiological assessment; extreme variability of seizures frequency, type and symptoms and of the EEG paroxysms distribution, importance of sleep as a clinical eegraphic activation procedure and possible pathological association with parasomnias.
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