II. Symptoms

  1. Focal motor symptoms and somatosensory symptoms
    1. Spreads to other parts of the body
  2. Sensory Symptoms
    1. Visual, auditory, olfactory, or gustatory
  3. Autonomic symptoms
  4. Psychological Symptoms
  5. Altered Level of Consciousness in some episodes

III. Management: Prophylaxis (Same as for Grand Mal Seizure)

  1. Primary
    1. Phenytoin
    2. Carbamazepine
    3. Valproic Acid
  2. Adjunctive
    1. Phenobarbital
    2. Primidone
    3. Zonisamide (Zonegran)
  3. New adjunctive agents (2014)
    1. Perampanel (Fycompa)
    2. Eslicarbazepine (Apticom)

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