It is also known as early onset occipital epilepsy, is a common childhood epilepsy syndrome with partial (also called focal) seizures. It emerges in mid-childhood usually between the ages of 3-10 years. Both boys and girls can develop PS. Children with PS have normal physical and cognitive development. Symptoms of Panayiotopoulos Syndrome are frequently mistaken as non-epileptic conditions such as encephalitis, syncope, migraine, cyclic vomiting syndrome, motion sickness, sleep disorder, or gastroenteritis.
Journals Related to Panayiotopoulos Syndrome
Brain Disorders & Therapy, Epilepsy Journal, Journal of Neurological Disorders, Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy, Panayiotopoulos Syndrome- Epilepsy Foundation, Epilepsia, An Introduction to Epilepsy, Epilepsy Research, Seizure- European Journal of Epilepsy, Epilepsy Journal, Neurology in Clinical Practice, Epilepsy Research, Epilepsy and Behavior, Journal of Clinical Neuroscience, Journal of Neuroimmunology.