PMID: 2512118Nov 1, 1989Paper

Partial epilepsy with seizures appearing in the first three years of life

L Oller-Daurella, L Oller


We reviewed records of 5,000 epileptic patients and identified 154 cases of partial epilepsy with seizure onset in the first 3 years of life. Of these, 35 patients had initial partial seizures. In 57 patients, partial seizures were preceded by a hemiclonic seizure, which manifested as status epilepticus in 70%. Generalized seizures were the initial manifestation in 62 patients: 17 grand mal, 14 clonic or myoclonic, and 31 tonic or atonic seizures. Of the 119 patients, 31 showed a seizure free-interval of several years between the initial seizure and the occurrence of partial epilepsy. The atypical initial clinical presentation and the seizure-free interval before occurrence of more characteristic partial seizures raise the possibility that the diagnosis of partial epilepsies in the first years of life may be missed.


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