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Epilepsy Occipital Calcifications

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Pharmacoresistant occipital lobe epilepsy with fixation-off sensitivity in a patient with cerebral calcifications: a video/EEG study.
Last Updated: Dec 14, 2010

We describe a unique patient with cerebral calcifications of unknown origin presenting with pharmacoresistant occipital lobe epilepsy and fixation-off sensitivity. Our report further expands the spectrum of seizure disorders associated with fixation-off sensitivity.

Coeliac disease, unilateral occipital calcifications, and drug-resistant epilepsy: successful lesionectomy.
Last Updated: Nov 21, 2008

To draw attention to the triad of coeliac disease (CD), occipital calcifications, and drug-resistant epilepsy, with focus on the outcome of epilepsy surgery.

Visual disturbances representing occipital lobe epilepsy in patients with cerebral calcifications and coeliac disease: a case series.
Last Updated: Nov 14, 2017

Paroxysmal visual manifestations may represent epileptic seizures arising from the occipital lobe. In coeliac disease (CD) bilateral occipital calcifications and seizure semiology consistent with an occipital origin have been described, primarily in Mediterranean countries. By reporting ...

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