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Epilepsia. 2001 Jul;42(7):950-3.

A case of Ohtahara syndrome with olivary-dentate dysplasia and agenesis of mamillary bodies.

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Universit├Ątsklinik f├╝r Neurologie, Innsbruck, Austria. trinka@netway.at

Abstract

We report a patient with early infantile epileptic encephalopathy (EIEE) with suppression-burst (Ohtahara syndrome) associated with olivary-dentate dysplasia and agenesis of mamillary bodies is reported. Although those with Ohtahara syndrome are a heterogeneous group, virtually all reported cases are secondary to neuronal migrational disorders, sometimes only identified by detailed neuropathologic examination, as in this case report, which describes mamillary body agenesis as a not-yet-recognized anomaly associated with Ohtahara syndrome. All children with Ohtahara syndrome should have high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and detailed postmortem neuropathologic examinations.

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