Following the longitudinal electroclinical study of 25 personal cases, the AA outline how MAE is a well defined myoclonic epilepsy characterized by the association of peculiar generalized convulsive seizures, generalized tonic vibratory seizures, massive myoclonias, myoclonic-atinic and atonic seizures, "absences" realizing in many cases a peculiar epileptic statud of variable duration. In spite of its storming onset realizing an epileptic encephalopathy, if correctly recognized and treated MAE is an idiopathic myoclonic epilepsy with a relatively good prognosis.

Mioclonic-astatic epilepsy (MAE): Longitudinal electroclinical study of 25 subjects,Epilessia Mioclono-Astatica (EMA): Studio elettroclinico longitudinale di 25 soggetti

Fiorini, E.;Darra, F.;Dalla Bernardina, B.;Fontana, E.
2004

Abstract

Following the longitudinal electroclinical study of 25 personal cases, the AA outline how MAE is a well defined myoclonic epilepsy characterized by the association of peculiar generalized convulsive seizures, generalized tonic vibratory seizures, massive myoclonias, myoclonic-atinic and atonic seizures, "absences" realizing in many cases a peculiar epileptic statud of variable duration. In spite of its storming onset realizing an epileptic encephalopathy, if correctly recognized and treated MAE is an idiopathic myoclonic epilepsy with a relatively good prognosis.
Myoclonic epilepsy; Childhood epilepsy
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