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Journal of the Korean Neurological Association 1984;2(1): 70-72.
Primary Reading Epilepsy 1예
김주한, 이충경
Primary Reading Epilepsy - A Case Report -
Joo-Han Kim M.D., Choong-Kyong Lee, M.D.
Department of Neurology, Hanyang University
Reading epilepsy, a form of reflex epilepsy or sensory precipitated epilesy, is known as the most frequent type of language induced epilepsy. Since Bickford presented 6 cases of reading epilepsy for the first time, about 50 cases of primary reading epilepsy have been reported. We present a case of primary reading epilepsy which is confirmed by clinical features and EEG, with a brief review of literature.