- •Four patients with optic neuritis and seizure were MOG antibody seropositive.
- •Episodes of seizure and optic neuritis were separated by up to ten years.
- •Seizures occurred either in the setting of ADEM or during steroid taper.
- •Seizure in a patient with prior optic neuritis should prompt MOG antibody testing.
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