faciobrachial

faciobrachial

 [fa″she-o-bra´ke-al]
pertaining to the face and arm.

faciobrachial

/fa·cio·bra·chi·al/ (fa″she-o-bra´ke-il) pertaining to the face and the arm.

faciobrachial

(fā″shē-ō-brā′kē-ăl) [″ + Gr. brachion, arm]
Pert. to the face and arm, esp. to juvenile muscular dystrophy.

faciobrachial

pertaining to the face and upper front limbs.
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Faciobrachial dystonic seizures and temporal lobe epilepsy with amygdala enlargement may be the characteristic type of seizure in anti-LGI1 encephalitis.
Faciobrachial dystonic seizures: The influence of immunotherapy on seizure control and prevention of cognitive impairment in a broadening phenotype.
Here, we report an RE patient with faciobrachial dystonic attacks and bilateral brain atrophy but without seizures.
During the follow-up, the patient's neurological deficits progressed, and he developed faciobrachial dystonic attacks 2 years later, which demonstrated as paroxysmal unilateral involuntary movements of the left arm and face, lasting about 5 min and occurring several times a day.
There is debate about whether faciobrachial dystonic attacks were movement disorder or seizures.