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Benign adult familial myoclonic epilepsy: progressive impairment (EEG)

Freehand drawing of Archimedes spiral (left) and basal EEG (right) of patient C/3 obtained at the age of (A) 59, (B) 70, and (C) 80 years showing worsening of myoclonus and progressive slowing of EEG background activity. (Contributed by Dr. Pasquale Striano.)

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