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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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Cohen–Gibson syndrome in a family: The first familial case report

Kang YJ, Kim YO

Cohen–Gibson syndrome (CGS) was first reported by Cohen et al., who identified the mutation of the gene encoding the embryonic ectoderm development (EED) in a patient with phenotypes similar to...
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Neonatal tetanus

Brook I

Neonatal tetanus, also known as tetanus neonatorum, occurs in young infants of inadequately immunized mothers. It is a kind of generalized tetanus that is exhibited mainly by prevention of the...
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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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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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Comparison of the Demographics and Ratio of Rotavirus-Associated Benign Convulsions with Mild Gastroenteritis to Rotavirus Gastroenteritis before and after Rotavirus Vaccination over a Period of 20 Years

Lee YS, Kim DH, Ha DJ, Kwon YS

Purpose: Through a study of rotavirus gastroenteritis (RVGE) cases experienced over 20 years at our center, we aimed to investigate changes in the ratio of rotavirus-associated benign convulsions with mild...
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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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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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Acute Cerebral Infarction and Epilepsy in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Lee GY, Cho BH, Lee KY

Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a progressive form of muscular dystrophy caused by mutations in the dystrophin gene. Patients with DMD are more likely to have cerebral infarction than normal...
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Saint Valentine, the Saint Patron of Epilepsy

Kim KT

Background: Saint Valentine is a well-known patron saint of lovers. However, few know that Saint Valentine is the patron saint of epileptics. Methods: The origin of Valentine's day, the life of...
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Effect of acute pentylenetetrazol injection induced epileptic seizures on rat dentate gyrus at different postnatal ages

Mohamed HK, Eltony SA

Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders, its prevalence approximately from 0.5% to 2% of the general population. Generalized seizures could lead to several morphological changes in the...
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Two Pediatric Cases of Successful Management of Postictal Transient Urinary Retention

Park HE, Lee JS, Kim DM, Shin YB

We report two cases of postictal urinary retention in pediatric patients with cognitive impairment. Two girls with intellectual disabilities, concomitant cerebral palsy (case 1) and Rett syndrome (case 2), developed...
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Epilepsy and Mortality

Moon HJ, Kim KT, Kang KW, Kim SY, Koo YS, Lee SY, on behalf of Epidemiology Committee of Korean Epilepsy Society

Epilepsy is associated with an increased risk of premature death. Epilepsy-related premature mortality imposes a significant burden on public health. This review aims to update the previous assessments of mortality...
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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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KCNQ2 Encephalopathy Showing a Distinct Ictal Amplitude-Integrated Electroencephalographic Pattern

Kwak N, Lee YJ, Kim D, Hwang SK, Kwon S, Lee EJ

KCNQ2 mutations induce a neonatal-onset epileptic encephalopathy of widely varying severity, ranging from benign familial neonatal epilepsy to severe refractory epileptic encephalopathy. Refractory seizures with KCNQ2 mutations have a positive...
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Early Onset Poststroke Seizures Presented with Homonymous Hemianopsia

Kim HD, Lee JJ, Kim BK, Kwon O, Park JM, Kang K, Lee WW, Cho S

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Anti-LGI-1 Encephalitis with Worsening Symptoms Associated with Hyponatremia

Kim MJ, Lee JS

Anti-leucine-rich glioma-inactivated 1 (LGI-1) encephalitis is clinically characterized by subacute cognitive decline and frequent seizures including fasciobrachial dystonic seizures. A 67-year-old man visited the emergency department due to the recurrent...
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