Epilepsia del lóbulo parietal

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Eduardo Palacios
Leonardo Bello
Daniela Maldonado
Fernando Martínez

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La epilepsia originada en el lóbulo parietal es una entidad infrecuente, representa el tercer tipo más común, precedida por las de los lóbulos temporal y frontal, muchas veces se pasa por alto el raro origen de este tipo de crisis. Por esta razón, se presenta el caso clínico de una mujer con semiología de epilepsia del lóbulo parietal en el Hospital Infantil Universitario de San José de Bogotá, con hallazgos electroencefalográficos e imagenológicos que confirmaron su diagnóstico. Se hace una revisión del tema con las características clínicas más importantes.

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