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Panayiotopoulos syndrome, a common and benign childhood epileptic syndrome
  1. Mark Manford

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    Edited by C P Panayiotopoulos (Pp 158, 345.00). Published by John Libbey, Eastleigh, 2002. ISBN 0 86196 619 8

    Dr Panayiotopoulos has written this monograph cum swan song about the syndrome that he has put on the diagnostic map and to which his name has been attached. This childhood syndrome certainly breaks many “epilepsy rules”. The seizures usually start with autonomic symptoms nausea, retching, or vomiting and evolve to altered awareness usually only after several minutes. Tonic deviation of …

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