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Facial (eyebrow) myoclonia in a 22-month-old boy

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Facial (eyebrow) myoclonia in a 22-month-old boy

Note three repeated generalized spike-wave discharges, each associated with brief typical absence seizures and concomitant rhythmic eyebrow and head jerking. (Contributed by Dr. Athanasios Covanis.)

Associated Disorders

  • Epilepsy with myoclonic absences
  • Facial (perioral and or eyebrow) myoclonia with absences
  • Perioral myoclonia with absences