Stroke and Seizures

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Stroke and Seizures by Mind Map: Stroke and Seizures

1. Clinical stroke types in patients with seizures

1.1. Ischaemic seizures

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1.2. Clinical stroke types

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1.3. Locations of stroke

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1.4. Vascular risk factors

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1.5. Post stroke EEG patterns

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1.6. Recurrence according to time of onset

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1.7. Median NIHS Scores in the three seizure groups

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1.8. Median mRankin Scores in the Three Seizure groups

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2. Author

2.1. J. De Reuck

3. 1. Structure of talk

4. 2. Review of literature

4.1. Reference

4.1.1. Bladin et al, Arch Neurol, 2000

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5. 2. Classification

5.1. Old classification

5.1.1. early onset

5.1.1.1. 95%

5.1.1.1.1. within 48%

5.1.2. Late onset

5.1.2.1. months after stroke

5.1.2.2. Stroke types in very late onset

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5.1.2.2.2. Lacunar stroke

5.2. New proposed classification

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6. Status epilepticus

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6.4. status epilepticus and infarct

6.4.1. temporal lobe neocortex

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7. Thrombolysis and seizures

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7.2.1. recurrence rate is lower than in other treatment modalities

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7.3.1. Seizure incidence and haematoma location

7.3.1.1. Frontal region highest prevalence

7.3.2. Status epilepticus is more frequent

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8. Non-convulsive inhibitory seizures

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9. Are stroke-related seizures harmful?

9.1. YES

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10. To treat? and how

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