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Seizure. 1992 Mar;1(1):15-8.

False diagnosis of epilepsy in children.

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Department of Neurology, Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital (Alder Hey), UK.

Abstract

Epilepsy is frequently diagnosed incorrectly through a failure to obtain an adequate history and placing inappropriate emphasis on the electroencephalogram (EEG). We describe four children with common, nonepileptic events who were diagnosed initially as having epilepsy.

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1344314
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