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by Gong, P and Xue, J and Qian, P and Yang, H and Liu, X and Zhang, Y and Jiang, Y and Yang, Z
European Journal of Neurology, ISSN 1351-5101, 10/2019, Volume 26, Issue 10, pp. 1318 - 1326
Background and purpose The aim was to determine the electroclinical findings in benign childhood focal epilepsy with vertex spikes (BEVS) with epileptic... 
midline spikes | benign childhood focal epilepsy | epileptic negative myoclonus | vertex spikes | WAVES | NEUROSCIENCES | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | Medical records | Seizures (Medicine) | Myoclonus | Epilepsy | Limbs | EEG | Benign | Patients | Spikes | Convulsions & seizures | Sleep | Sensorimotor system | Diagnostic systems | Children | Seizures
Journal Article
Journal of Pediatric Neurology, ISSN 1304-2580, 06/2011, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp. 239 - 242
Abstract Epileptic negative myoclonus (ENM) is an infrequent seizure type seen in association with a variety of epileptic syndromes. It has been reported to... 
Epileptic negative myoclonus | child | levetiracetam | Electroencephalography | Sleep | Epilepsy | Age | Binding sites | Posture
Journal Article
Movement Disorders, ISSN 0885-3185, 09/2000, Volume 15, Issue S1, pp. 8 - 13
Journal Article
Epilepsy and Behavior, ISSN 1525-5050, 2008, Volume 13, Issue 2, pp. 418 - 420
Abstract Myoclonus is a well-known side effect of anticonvulsant drugs. Pregabalin is one of the newer drugs approved for the treatment of focal epilepsies.... 
Neurology | Anticonvulsants | Asterixis | Movement disorder | Epileptic myoclonus | Pregabalin | Negative cortical myoclonus | Adverse effect | Neuropathic pain | PSYCHIATRY | GABAPENTIN | epileptic myoclonus | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | asterixis | neuropathic pain | movement disorder | THERAPY | adverse effect | pregabalin | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | negative cortical myoclonus | anticonvulsants | Dysarthria - chemically induced | Dysarthria - physiopathology | Dysarthria - diagnosis | Electric Stimulation | Humans | Evoked Potentials, Somatosensory - drug effects | Male | Muscle, Skeletal - innervation | Cerebral Cortex - physiopathology | Evoked Potentials, Somatosensory - physiology | Anticonvulsants - adverse effects | Epilepsies, Myoclonic - diagnosis | Electromyography - drug effects | gamma-Aminobutyric Acid - therapeutic use | Cerebral Cortex - drug effects | gamma-Aminobutyric Acid - adverse effects | Muscle Tonus - physiology | Somatosensory Cortex - drug effects | Somatosensory Cortex - physiopathology | Anticonvulsants - therapeutic use | Epilepsies, Myoclonic - physiopathology | Epilepsies, Myoclonic - chemically induced | Muscle Tonus - drug effects | Tibial Nerve - physiopathology | Brachial Plexus Neuritis - drug therapy | Electroencephalography - drug effects | Aged | gamma-Aminobutyric Acid - analogs & derivatives
Journal Article
Current Treatment Options in Neurology, ISSN 1092-8480, 5/2008, Volume 10, Issue 3, pp. 222 - 229
Myoclonus is a hyperkinetic movement disorder characterized by quick, involuntary jerks. It encompasses a vast range of etiologies and widespread anatomic... 
Medicine & Public Health | Neurology | EPILEPTIC NEGATIVE MYOCLONUS | CORTICAL MYOCLONUS | PALATAL MYOCLONUS | STIMULATION | EFFICACY | PIRACETAM | DYSTONIA SYNDROME | PILOT TOLERABILITY | POSTHYPOXIC MYOCLONUS | LEVETIRACETAM | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | Practice guidelines (Medicine) | Usage | Care and treatment | Diagnosis | Research | Myoclonus
Journal Article
Journal Article
2013, ISBN 9780444528919, Volume 111
Epileptic myoclonus can be defined as an elementary electroclinical manifestation of epilepsy involving descending neurons, whose spatial (spread) or temporal... 
symptomatic epilepsy | magnetic resonance imaging | idiopathic epilepsy | epileptic seizures | etiology | Epileptic seizures | Magnetic resonance imaging | Etiology | Symptomatic epilepsy | Idiopathic epilepsy | Brain - pathology | Electroencephalography | Myoclonus - complications | Brain - physiopathology | Humans | Epilepsy - complications
Book Chapter
Brain & Development, ISSN 0387-7604, 2008, Volume 31, Issue 4, pp. 274 - 281
Journal Article
Acta Neurologica Scandinavica, ISSN 0001-6314, 04/2003, Volume 107, Issue 4, pp. 302 - 303
Gelisse P, Crespel A, Genton P, Baldy-Moulinier M. Dramatic effect of levetiracetam on epileptic negative myoclonus. Acta Neurol Scand 2003: 107: 302-303. ©... 
epileptic negative myoclonus | myoclonus | levetiracetam | Myoclonus | Epileptic negative myoclonus | Levetiracetam | PIRACETAM | SUPPRESSION | ETHOSUXIMIDE | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | Piracetam - therapeutic use | Humans | Middle Aged | Piracetam - analogs & derivatives | Anticonvulsants - therapeutic use | Female | Electroencephalography | Epilepsies, Myoclonic - drug therapy
Journal Article
Epilepsy & Seizure, ISSN 1882-5567, 2010, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 9
We report two cases of localization-related epilepsy manifesting frequent brief atonia. The patients were assumed to have epileptic negative myoclonus (ENM),... 
localization-related epilepsy | partial motor seizure | epileptic negative myoclonus | ethosuximide | Partial motor seizure | Epileptic negative myoclonus | Ethosuximide | Localization-related epilepsy
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