Recurrent catamenial status epilepticus: Is it rare or an under recognized phenomenon in women with epilepsy?
journal contributionposted on 01.04.2022, 11:46 authored by Albi ChalisseryAlbi Chalissery, Emer Murphy, Gerard Mullins, Peter Widdess-Walsh, Ronan KilbrideRonan Kilbride, Norman DelantyNorman Delanty
Recurrent catamenial status epilepticus may occur in generalized and focal epilepsy.
Documenting the menstrual cycles and perimenstrual video-EEG help the diagnosis.
Hormonal treatment including menstrual suppressive therapies may be used.
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Published CitationChalissery AJ, Murphy E, Mullins G, Widdess-Walsh P, Kilbride R, Delanty N. Recurrent catamenial status epilepticus: Is it rare or an under recognized phenomenon in women with epilepsy? Epilepsy & Behavior Case Reports. 2018;(9):19-21
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