Rolandic epilepsy-paroxysmal exercise-induced dystonia-writer’s cramp syndrome
Synonyms: Rolandic epilepsy exercise-induced dystonia
A rare genetic epilepsy syndrome characterized by infantile or childhood onset of focal motor seizures remitting with age as well as childhood onset of exercise-induced dystonia which often persists into adulthood. Additional reported features include nystagmus and postural tremor of the hands.
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