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Benign Focal Epilepsies

Meta Description: Benign focal epilepsies generally represent almost one-fourth of all pediatric epilepsies. Chronic anti-epileptic drug administration is seems to be necessary to consider the risks and benefits of this disorder. Anti-epileptic drug treatment is not a suggested drug for patients with first attack. Pediatric research suggests that patients with second or third attack should be considered only for continuous treatment. Although there is less number of cases related to these neuropsychological disorders these events need to be recognized in pediatric research as soon as possible. 

 

Benign focal epilepsies generally represent almost one-fourth of all pediatric epilepsies and these are the frequently observed epilepsies in clinical practice of pediatric research. Chronic anti-epileptic drug administration is seems to be necessary to consider the risks and benefits of this disorder.
 
Benign focal epilepsies will cause cognitive, behavioral and language impairments in children. Anti-epileptic drug treatment is not a suggested drug for patients with first attack. Pediatric research suggests that patients with second or third attack should be considered only for continuous treatment.
 
Present pediatric research is suggesting that damage to the frontal regions may may become an obstacle for normal maturational processes in children, It results in frontal lobe dysfunctions which leads to cognitive and behavioral impairments in childhood. Although there is less number of cases related to these neuropsychological disorders these events need to be recognized in pediatric research as soon as possible.
 
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