Epilepsy Imitators

Numerous episodic phenomena including sensory, motor, autonomic, and behavioral functions  might emulate epilepsy. They might bring about a symptom that resembles a seizure, yet they don't demonstrate the EEG changes in the brain that are normal for an Epileptic seizure.  

Some therapeutic conditions like Behavioral,  and Psychological, Anoxic and Syncope Seizures, Paroxysmal Movement Disorders imitate certain parts of seizures yet may not be connected with an irregular electrical discharge in brain. Sleep related conditions include body shaking, jerks, rolling and head banging and Migraine related Disorders offer numerous clinical symptoms and fundamental pathophysiological mechanisms of Epilepsy.

  • Syncope and Anoxic Seizures
  • Behavioral, Psychological and Psychiatric conditions
  • Sleep related Conditions
  • Migraine associated Disorders

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