Current Treatment Options for Epilepsy: Neonate to  Young Adult Gregory B. Sharp, M.D. Chief of Pediatric Neurology Univer...
“ Epsilepsee” in Arkansaw Big   Seizure Little Seizure “ Grandma Seizure” vs.  “ Petit Mal Seizure” “ Mini-Mall”
Seizure Classification Partial (Focal) Primary Generalized Simple Complex May secondarily generalize Absence Myoclonic Ato...
Partial Onset Seizure – Left Temporal Generalized Onset Seizure
Neonatal Seizures: Bilateral Foci
Hypsarrhythmia Electrodecremental  Seizure
MRI: Tuberous Sclerosis Subependymal nodules Hamartoma
Bilateral Centrotemporal Spikes
Absence: 3 Hz Spike and Wave
Myoclonic Seizure and Polyspike Wave Jerk Jerk
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  1. 1. Current Treatment Options for Epilepsy: Neonate to Young Adult Gregory B. Sharp, M.D. Chief of Pediatric Neurology University of Arkansas For Medical Sciences Medical Director, Neuroscience Center of Excellence
  2. 2. “ Epsilepsee” in Arkansaw Big Seizure Little Seizure “ Grandma Seizure” vs. “ Petit Mal Seizure” “ Mini-Mall”
  3. 3. Seizure Classification Partial (Focal) Primary Generalized Simple Complex May secondarily generalize Absence Myoclonic Atonic Convulsive Tonic Clonic Tonic-clonic Clonic-tonic-clonic
  4. 4. Partial Onset Seizure – Left Temporal Generalized Onset Seizure
  5. 5. Neonatal Seizures: Bilateral Foci
  6. 6. Hypsarrhythmia Electrodecremental Seizure
  7. 7. MRI: Tuberous Sclerosis Subependymal nodules Hamartoma
  8. 8. Bilateral Centrotemporal Spikes
  9. 9. Absence: 3 Hz Spike and Wave
  10. 10. Myoclonic Seizure and Polyspike Wave Jerk Jerk

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