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Who has a complex partial seizure?
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Dr. William Singer
Pediatrics - Neurology
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In brief: Temporal lobe focus
Individuals who have partial complex seizures have focus of seizures in the temporal lobe of the brain.

In brief: Temporal lobe focus
Individuals who have partial complex seizures have focus of seizures in the temporal lobe of the brain.
Dr. William Singer
Dr. William Singer
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In brief: See below:
The prevalence of epilepsy is approximately 0.
5-1 case per 100 persons. Complex partial seizures occur in about 35% of persons with epilepsy. Partial seizures are more common in countries where cysticercosis is prevalent. It starts focally within the brain and causes impairment of consciousness. In the majority of cases, complex partial seizures are of unknown etiology (ie, cryptogenic).

In brief: See below:
The prevalence of epilepsy is approximately 0.
5-1 case per 100 persons. Complex partial seizures occur in about 35% of persons with epilepsy. Partial seizures are more common in countries where cysticercosis is prevalent. It starts focally within the brain and causes impairment of consciousness. In the majority of cases, complex partial seizures are of unknown etiology (ie, cryptogenic).
Dr. Michael H. T. Sia
Dr. Michael H. T. Sia
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