Severe hemispatial neglect as a manifestation of seizures and nonconvulsive status epilepticus: utility of prolonged EEG monitoring.

Seizures and status epilepticus causing hemispatial neglect syndromes are seldom diagnosed, in part because, without motor signs, EEGs are not perform...
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