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Approximately 10% of children with epilepsy have absence epilepsy syndromes.1 The diagnosis is confirmed by recording events during a standard EEG recording synchronised with video.2 However, non-epileptic absence-like behaviour is common in children, and although there may be clinical pointers to non-epileptic behaviours, an EEG is often requested.3
To describe the EEG (synchronised with video) results in children …
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