Absence Seizures: How to Treat What You Can't See

Jon P. Wietholter, PharmD, BCPS; Jonathan M. Kline, PharmD, CACP, BCPS, CDE

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Abstract and Introduction

Introduction

First described in the early 1700s, absence seizures have been referred to over the years as petits accès, petit mal, epilepsia minor, and pyknolepsy.[1] Typically thought of as a type of childhood seizure disorder, absence seizures also may present in older populations or as a component of multiple other epileptic disorders.

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