Epilepsias na Infância

Autores

  • Sueli Rizzutti Médica Neuropediatra e Mestre em Neurologia pela Escola Paulista de Medicina – Unifesp.
  • Mauro Muszkat Médico Neuropediatra e Doutor em Neurologia pela Escola Paulista de Medicina – Unifesp.
  • Luiz Celso Pereira Vilanova Professor-adjunto Doutor e Chefe do Setor de Neurologia Infantil da Disciplina de Neurologia da Escola Paulista de Medicina – Unifesp

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2000.v8.8939

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Epilepsia na infância, síndromes epilépticas

Resumo

As crises epilépticas representam um dos mais freqüentes problemas neurológicos na infância. Entre 0,5% e 1% de crianças e adolescentes apresentam uma crise epiléptica associada com um distúrbio metabólico agudo ou um insulto neurológico, muitos dos quais ocorrem no período neonatal. Elevada incidência de epilepsia ocorre no primeiro ano de vida. A síndrome de West ocorre em cerca de 9% das epilepsias na infância, síndrome de Lennox-Gastaut por volta de 1% a 2%, epilepsia de ausência de 10% a 15%, epilepsias mioclônica juvenil ocorre em cerca de 5% e as epilepsia parciais benignas ocorrem em 10% de todas as epilepsias na infância, mas 20% a 25% das epilepsias são diagnosticadas entre 5 e 15 anos.

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Rizzutti, S., Muszkat, M., & Vilanova, L. C. P. (2000). Epilepsias na Infância. Revista Neurociências, 8(3), 108–116. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2000.v8.8939

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