Case of July 2014


Clincial History: 

A 3 months old full term girl with eventful perinatal history presented with repeated tonic seizure with uprolling eyeballs. Physical examination showed an alert child with no ophthalmolplegia or facial asymmetry. Limb tone, power and reflexes were normal. Chest, cardiovascular and abdominal exam were normal. EEG done on admission showed multi-focal epileptiform discharges with relatively preserved background. CT and MRI performed.


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