myoclonic


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my·o·clon·ic

(mī'ō-klon'ik),
Showing myoclonus.

my·o·clon·ic

(mī'ō-klon'ik)
Showing myoclonus.

myoclonic

pertaining to myoclonus.

myoclonic epilepsy
myoclonic jerk
a generalized seizure consisting of a jerk of most muscles in the body.
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Taken together, the patient was diagnosed as a case of FLE with initial myoclonic epilepsy rather than late-onset JME, while the possibility of the coexistence of the two diseases was not considered.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Dravet Syndrome (Severe Myoclonic Epilepsy of Infancy)
The essential oil at doses of 50, 100, 200, and 400 mg/kg significantly increased the onset time to myoclonic seizure by 124, 282.
The positive yield of EEG was shown to be more in absence (100%), myoclonic (100%) and partial seizures (26 of 35 cases, 74.
She displayed abnormal movements in the form of tremors and myoclonic jerks involving the upper limbs.
Bernadene and PJ Byrne's daughter Ali, from Graiguecullen, Co Carlow, has progressive myoclonic epilepsy.
Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME) is a common idiopathic generalized epilepsy syndrome with the prevalence of 6 to 12% among all patients with epilepsy based on hospital and clinical records [1, 2].
Tonic-clonic (grand mal), myoclonic (sudden muscle jerks) and other types of seizures may also occur.
Patients with juvenile myoclonic epilepsy tend to have similar or better quality of life scores in adulthood in comparison with patients with absence epilepsy except when there are comorbid psychiatric conditions, according to findings from a case-control study.
Methods: In this descriptive case series study 60 patients of Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME) were included.