Laryngospasm as a single manifestation of epilepsy
A 6-year-old girl had recurrent dyspnoeic attacks during sleep caused by laryngospasm. An abnormal electroencephalogram and an excellent response to carbamazepine suggests the possibility that the laryngospasm was a manifestation of epilepsy.
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