Non-motor seizures are almost four times more common in patients with recurrent undiagnosed seizures than in patients with new onset seizures. The finding, from a retrospective review of patients presenting to a Melbourne ED with a seizure but without a pre-existing diagnosis of epilepsy, is a clue for ED physicians and emphasises the need for ...
Non-motor seizures: a clue to dig deeper
By Mardi Chapman
21 Jan 2020