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Aim: To assess the correlation of Electroencephalogram (EEG), and Neuroimaging in Seizures among Children
Study design: A cross-sectional study
Place and Duration: This study conducted in Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences Islamabad, Pakistan from December 2019 and December 2020.
Methodology: The children in this study were between two months to fifteen years. The study included children having any types of seizures, like simple and complex febrile seizures, epileptic seizures, and seizures due to metabolic disorders The results were analyzed based on the neuroimaging and electroencephalogram reports.
Results: A total of 180 individuals were admitted during the trial. Among these, there were 110 cases of febrile and unprovoked seizures. During the research, 60 patients were chosen for study. The most frequent seizure disorder among children was generalized seizure disorder. Abnormal EEG, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and Computed Tomography (CT) of the brain were found in 75 %, 80%, and 55 % of the cases, respectively.
Conclusion: MRI is the best study method for detecting CNS abnormalities in partial seizure conditions. According to the study, EEG must be the usual modality of test for patients' having seizure disorders