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Centrotemporal epilepsy

Overview

A benign form of childhood epilepsy that tends to occur at night (during sleep) and involves mainly the face and mouth but may be generalized. The seizures tend to be short-lived and only involve one side of the face. The epilepsy usually resolves itself by adulthood and responds well to medication.

Symptoms - Centrotemporal epilepsy

  • Migraine
  • Hemifacial seizures

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