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Migraine-Associated Seizure: A Case of Reversible MRI Abnormalities and Persistent Nondominant Hemisphere Syndrome

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The complex relationship between migraine and epilepsy is highlighted by the occurrence of a seizure during a migraine attack without aura. This phenomenon, referred to as migralepsy, suggests an inherent overlap in the underlying pathophysiology of these events. We report the case of a patient who had a generalized seizure, persistent nondominant hemisphere syndrome, and reversible magnetic resonance imaging abnormalities during a prolonged migraine attack without aura.

Keywords: epilepsy; migraine; migralepsy; neuroimaging

Document Type: Miscellaneous

Publication date: 2000-06-01

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