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  • Lennox-Gastaut syndrome

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    01 August 2019

    Lennox-Gastaut syndromeThis epilepsy syndrome is uncommon and occurs in between 1 and 5 in every 100 children with epilepsy. However, it is the most...

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  • Mitochondrial disorders

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    01 August 2017

    Mitochondrial disordersThe mitochondrial disorders are an uncommon group of conditions. They are part of a larger group of conditions called,...

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  • Rett syndrome

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    01 November 2016

    Rett syndromeThis syndrome happens in about one in every 10,000-12,000 girls. It very rarely affects boys, but when it does, they are always affected...

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  • Juvenile absence epilepsy

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    01 August 2019

    Juvenile absence epilepsyJuvenile absence epilepsy (JAE) is a relatively common epilepsy syndrome. The main seizure type in JAE is an absence seizure.

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  • Panayiotopoulos syndrome

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    01 November 2016

    Panayiotopoulos syndromeIt is not known how common this syndrome is. It may affect between 1 in 10 or 1 in 20 of all children with epilepsy. The most...

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  • Rasmussen syndrome

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    01 November 2016

    Rasmussen syndromeThis is a very rare form of brain malfunction which may happen at any time during childhood. It most commonly affects children aged...

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  • Unverricht-Lundborg syndrome

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    01 November 2016

    Unverricht-Lundborg syndromeThis condition is very rare. Most children with this syndrome begin to have epilepsy between the age of 6 and 16 years. It

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