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Gelastic, quiritarian, and cursive epilepsy. A clinicopathological appraisal.
  1. P K Sethi,
  2. T S Rao


    A patient is reported with episodes of epileptic laughter, crying, and running occurring alone or in combination. He was found to have discrete, well-circumscribed tumour of the left temporal lobe. The neurology of these epileptic events is discussed in relation to the pathological lesion.

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