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VARIANTS OF THE GENERALIZATION OF EPILEPTIC SEIZURES IN MESIAL TEMPORAL EPILEPSY IN ADULTS

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The purpose of work was to study polymorphism of kinematic variants of secondary generalized convulsive seizures by research of lesional and non-lesional mesial temporal epilepsy. For this purpose the patients suffering by non-lesional variants of mesial temporal epilepsy were analyzed: patients with epilepsy against chronic abusing alcohol (100 patients), patients with epilepsy against a chronic ischemia of a brain (62 patients) and patients with lesional mesial temporal epilepsy (with mesial temporal sclerosis, 31 patient). In a group with non-lesional mesial temporal epilepsy the main type of seizures were secondary generalized convulsive seizures with fast clinical generalization (91,4 %). In a group with lesional mesial temporal epilepsy the main type of seizures were secondary generalized convulsive seizures with slow clinical generalization (90,3 %). In addition discovered various clinic-encephalographic variants of generalization secondary generalized convulsive seizures: with slow clinical and slow encephalographic, slow clinical and fast encephalographic, with fast clinical and fast encephalographic, fast clinical and slow encephalographic generalization.

About the Authors

V. О. Generalov
Center of advanced medical technologies implementation «Planeta Med», Moscow; The Russian State Medical University (RSMU)
Russian Federation


Т. R. Sadykov
Center of advanced medical technologies implementation «Planeta Med», Moscow
Russian Federation


Yu. ВV. Kazakova
Center of advanced medical technologies implementation «Planeta Med», Moscow
Russian Federation


Е. V. Amcheslavskaya
The Russian State Medical University (RSMU)
Russian Federation


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Generalov V.О., Sadykov Т.R., Kazakova Y.В., Amcheslavskaya Е.V. VARIANTS OF THE GENERALIZATION OF EPILEPTIC SEIZURES IN MESIAL TEMPORAL EPILEPSY IN ADULTS. Epilepsia and paroxysmal conditions. 2011;3(3):6-14. (In Russ.)

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