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European Science Review, Issue 1-2/2017

Post-Stroke Seizures in Children: incidence and clinical features depending on the type of stroke

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29013/ESR-17-1.2-123-126

Pages: 123 - 126

Authors: Samadov F. N., Saidazizova S. H., Gulyamova M. K.

Abstract: A total of 157 children with stroke were included in this study. Early post-stroke seizure were seen in 68 (43.3%) of patients. 52 of 122 (42.6%) patients with hemorrhagic stroke and 16 of 35 (45.7%) ischemic stroke patients had seizures as presenting. Most commonly witnessed seizure type was partial seizure in 50 (51.5%) of patients while 47 (48.5%) had generalized seizures. Analysis of generalized and partial seizure type between hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke patients showed no statistically significant difference (p>0.612; p>0.315).

Keywords: seizures, epilepsy, risk factors, stroke, children

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