Magnetic Resonance Findings In First Unprovoked Seizure And The Patient’s Progression To Epilepsy

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Amirreza Dehghan Tarazjani , Jalal Kargar Shuraki , Hamid Moradi , Alireza Ranjbar Naeini , Mohsen Zahedinia


Every year 23 to 64.1 out of 100000 people experience a single episode of unprovoked seizure (1). It is also estimated that 150000 adult cases of first unprovoked seizure happen annually in united states of America (2). Besides these statistics, seizure brings withering feelings, when somebody faces the condition. Moreover, it is reported that there is 21 to 45 percent risk of recurrence for a first unprovoked seizure within the first 2 years (3).

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