LGI1-antibody encephalitis is characterised by frequent, multifocal clinical and subclinical seizures
Purpose: To describe clinical and electrographic characteristics of seizures LGI1-antibody encephalitis, and their correlations with two-year outcomes.
Methods: Video-electroencephalography recordings were performed on a cohort of 16 consecutive patients with LGI1-antibodies from two UK neuroscience-centers over five-years.
Results: From 14 of 16 patients (13 males; age-range 53–92 years), 86 faciobrachial dystonic seizures were recorded at a median frequency of 0.4 per hour ...Expand abstract
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