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New seizure names - What happened to the “Complex partial seizure”?

      The terminology used to denote different seizure types has been the subject of animated discussion over many decades. While beloved terms are used by neurologists around the world, such as “complex partial seizure”, these terms are unclear and opaque to the patients who are told their specific seizure type. The remit of the International League Against Epilepsy Commission for Classification and Terminology is to update epilepsy classification to reflect current thinking and scientific advances.
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