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Is it really a seizure? The challenge of paroxysmal nonepileptic events in young infants

Jung SY, Kang JW

Paroxysmal nonepileptic events (PNE) comprise of a variety of nonepileptic behaviors and are divided into various types. A more accurate diagnosis is possible by examining the video clip provided by...
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Risk Factors for Seizures after Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation in Pediatric Hemato-Oncologic Patients: A Single Tertiary Center Study in the Republic of Korea

Moon JU, Lee JY, Lee JW, Chung NG, Cho B, Lee IG

Purpose: The aim of this study was to assess the incidence of seizures, clinical manifestations, and risk factors that could predict the occurrence of seizures after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation...
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Risk factors for repeated febrile seizures during the same febrile illness

Cho SB, Kim JH, Kyong YY, Cha K, Song H, Seol S

Purpose: We aimed to identify the factors associated with the repeated febrile seizures (RFS), defined as recurrent seizures during the same febrile illness. Methods: We reviewed the medical records of children...
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Myths and truths about pediatric psychogenic nonepileptic seizures

Yeom JS, Bernard H, Koh S

Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES) is a neuropsychiatric condition that causes a transient alteration of consciousness and loss of self-control. PNES, which occur in vulnerable individuals who often have experienced trauma...
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Ketamine-induced generalized convulsive seizure during procedural sedation

Kim JH, Lee CK, Yu SH, Min BD, Chung CE, Kim DC

Ketamine is used widely in emergency departments for a variety of purposes, including procedural sedation for facial laceration in pediatric patients. The major benefits are its rapid onset of effects,...
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Systematic Literature Review of Psychiatric Comorbidities in Adults with Epilepsy

Lu E, Pyatka N, Burant CJ, Sajatovic M

Background and Purpose Mental illness is disproportionately common in people with epilepsy (PWE). This systematic literature review identified original research articles that reported the prevalence of psychiatric comorbidities based upon...
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Occult bacteremia in children with simple febrile seizure in the post-pneumococcal conjugate vaccine era

Yoon GS, Chung HJ, Byun YH, Kim MJ, Park SH, Paek SH, Kim OJ, Kwon JH

Purpose: The authors aimed to investigate the utility of blood culture (BC) for children with simple febrile seizure (SFS) in the emergency department (ED) in the post-10/13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine...
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Two Focal Seizure in a Patient Caused by Different Mechanism

Kim HJ, Ryu HU, Shin BS, Kang HG

Poststroke epilepsy is the most common cause of epilepsy in adult. Acute symptomatic seizure is a provoked seizure usually caused by systemic metabolic disorders. If stroke patient has a seizure,...
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Practical Drug Treatment Recommendations on the Drug Refractory Epilepsy Patients: 2021 Clinical Guideline Subcommittee for Epilepsy in the Korean Neurological Association

Shin DJ, Shon YM, Jung KY, Koo YS, Kim D, Seo JG, Kim J, Song HK

One third of the overall epilepsy population are estimated to be a drug refractory epilepsy (DRE), defined as the patients who failed to control seizure reduction, even tried two or...
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The Early Response to Dietary Therapy can Predict the Late Outcome in Children with Intractable Epilepsy

Lim Sy, Yum MS, Ahn H, Kim MJ, Jang HN, Ko TS

Background and Purpose Dietary therapy (DT), including the ketogenic diet (KD), is one of the nonpharmacological treatment options for patient with drug-resistant epilepsy. However, maintaining DT in patients without seizure...
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Antiepileptic Drug Therapy for Status Epilepticus

Kim D, Kim JM, Cho YW, Yang KI, Kim DW, Lee ST, No YJ, Seo JG, Byun JI, Kang KW, Kim KT, on behalf of the Drug Committee of Korean Epilepsy Society

Status epilepticus (SE) is one of the most serious neurologic emergencies. SE is a condition that encompasses a broad range of semiologic subtypes and heterogeneous etiologies. The treatment of SE...
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Important Consideration in Choosing Antipsychotics in the Treatment of Patients with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome: Risk of Convulsion

Choi SH, Kang SG, Kim HY, Kim HY, Bae JN, Lee JS, Kim WH

The prevalence of epilepsy and psychosis in 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q11.2DS) is higher than in the general population. Recent study on adults with 22q11.2DS reported that the most common trigger...
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A Case of Generalized Seizure after Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis

Kim MS, Kim YI, Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS

Toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) is a severe mucocutaneousadverse reaction characterized by extensive necrosis and epidermaldetachment involving more than 30% of the bodysurface area (BSA). It is commonly triggered by antiepileptics,sulfonamide...
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Anesthetic Management during Electroconvulsive Therapy

Jo YB, Lee H, Kim SI, Kim DY, Baik HJ, Chung RK

Some patients with depression require electroconvulsive therapy performed undergeneral anesthesia. This requires rapid loss of consciousness, with minimal interferencefrom seizure activity, appropriate muscle relaxation status, prevention of hyperdynamicresponses to the...
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The Genetic Relationship between Paroxysmal Movement Disorders and Epilepsy

Ahn H, Ko TS

Seizures and movement disorders both involve abnormal movements and are often difficult to distinguish due to overlapping phenomenology and possible etiological commonalities. Paroxysmal movement disorders, which include three paroxysmal dyskinesias...
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The Determination of the Duration of ElectroconvulsiveTherapy-Induced Seizure Using Local Standard Deviationof the Electroencephalogram Signal and the Changesof the RR Interval of Electrocardiogram

Kim EY, Yoo CS, Jung DC, Yi SH, Chung IW, Kim YS, Ahn YM

ObjectivesZZIn electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) research and practice, the precise determination of seizure duration is important in the evaluation of clinical relevance of the ECT-induced seizure. In this study, we have developed...
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Anti-LGI1 Antibody Encephalitis Mimicking Jumping Stump Syndrome

Woo MH, Choi JW, Chung D, Shin JW

Jumping stump syndrome is considered to be a peripherally induced movement disorder due to damage to peripheral nerves leading to dystonia or myoclonus. Anti-leucine-rich glioma-inactivated 1 antibody (anti-LGI 1 Ab)...
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A comparative study of the phenotype with kainic acid-induced seizure in DBA/2 mice from three different sources

Kang KK, Kim YI, Seo MS, Sung SE, Choi JH, Lee S, Jung YS, Cho JY, Hwang DY, Park SJ, Kim KS

The kainic acid-induced seizure mouse model is widely used in epilepsy research. In this study, we applied kainic acid to the subcutaneous injections of three different sources of DBA/2 mice...
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A case of generalized tonic seizures related to acute myocarditis

Yang JH, Na JY, Lee J, Kim DE, Song J, Kang IS, Yeh H

It is challenging to clinically distinguish between convulsive syncope and true seizure. We describe a 7-year-old girl presenting with generalized tonic seizure caused by acquired complete atrioventricular block related to...
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Anti-Yo-associated autoimmune encephalitis after colon cancer treatment

Jung NY, Woo KN, Cho JW, Kim HW

Background: Anti-Yo antibodies are classically associated with paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration in ovarian and breast cancers and are rarely seen in colon cancer. Anti-Yo-associated paraneoplastic autoimmune encephalitis in colon cancer is...
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