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Autosomal dominant nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy?
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Dr. Jeffrey Cohen
Neurology
In brief: Seizures at night
A genetic form of epilepsy with onset in childhood, associated with clusters of seizures most nights, during sleep.
Seizures are from the frontal lobe and often involve wild movements of the arms and legs. Need to try prevent injury from seizures. Treatable condition with antiseizure medications, but often difficult to control completely. Sometimes improves in adulthood.

In brief: Seizures at night
A genetic form of epilepsy with onset in childhood, associated with clusters of seizures most nights, during sleep.
Seizures are from the frontal lobe and often involve wild movements of the arms and legs. Need to try prevent injury from seizures. Treatable condition with antiseizure medications, but often difficult to control completely. Sometimes improves in adulthood.
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